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LIST OF TAXABLE. 



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IN THE 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD, 



FOR THE YEAE 1890. 



PREPARED AND PRINTED BY VOTE OF THE TOWN. 



WAKEFIELD, MASS. : 

PRINTED AT THE CITIZEN AND BANNER OFFICE. 

189O. 






A LIST OF TAXABLE 

POLLS AND ESTATES 



IN THE 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD, 



FOR THE YEAR 1890. 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




t- 1 


Per- 


Real 

T 1 


Total 




r 

C/) 


sonal. 


Estate. 


Iax. 


Abbott, George .... 


I 


* 


$ 


$ 2 00 


Abbott, George Estate of 






2,000 


32 00 


Dwelling house, Bryant St., 1400; 










land, with house, 1-5 acre, 600. 










Abbott, Samuel .... 


I 






2 00 


Abbott, Samuel W. 


I 


500 


8,500 


146 00 


Income, 500 ; dwelling house, Avon 










st., No. 1, 2500 ; dwelling house, Avon 










St., No. 2, 2200; shop, Foundry St., 










500 ; land, with buildings, 9-16 acre, 










3200 ; land with shop 2400 ft., 100. 










Abbott, Arthur K. 


1 






2 00 


\born, Arthur S. ... 


I 






2 00 


Aborn, Harriet E. 






2,000 


32 00 


Dwelling house, Cedar st., 1000; 










land, with house, 1 acre, 1000. 










Aborn, John G. . 


I 


6,025 


16,800 


367 20 


Money, 4500 ; income, 1000 ; 2 hors- 










es, 200 ; 3 carriages, 300 ; 1 wagon, 










25 ; dwelling house, Main St., 4200; 










stable, 800 ; land with buildings, 1-3 










acre, 2500 ; dwelling house, Cordis 










St., 1 700 ; stable and carriage house, 










250 ; land, with buildings, 7 acres, 










3500 ; dwelling house, Maple st., 










1000 ; land, with house, 1-6 acre, 










400 ; dwelling house, Park st., 1500 ; 










stable, 150; land, with buildings, 1-9 










acre, 400 ; lan^k £pr.-v> &vo&tsar and 
School sts., 400^ 3 ,-V jl. O 4 














POLLS AXD ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Per- 



O 

P SONAL. 

C/3 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 
Tax. 



Aborn. George W. 

Stock in trade, 500 ; 3 horses, 200 ; 

1 carriage, 40 ; 2 wagons, 60 ; dwell- 
ing house and store, Albion st, 2200 ; 
stable, 600 ; harness shop, 200 ; land, 
with buildings, 1-4 acre, 900; dwell- 
ing house. Railroad St.. 3000 ; office 
building, 50 ; land, with house, 1-5 
acre, 1000; dwelling house, Salem 
st., 1600 ; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 
[75 ; dwelling house, Main St., 1500; 
land, with house. 1-6 acre, 900: 
dwelling house, Foundry St., 1500; 
land, with house, 1-6 acre, 450; 
dwelling house, Nahant st.,400 ; land, 
with house, 1 1 acres, 200 ; stable, 
150; dwelling house, Yale ave., No. 
1, 1500; No. 2, 1500; No. 3 ,1500; 

2 stables. Yale ave., 200 ; land, with 
buildings, 2-5 acre, 1400; dwelling 
house, Yale ave,, No. 4, 2000 : No. 
5, (unfinished) 400 ; land, with hous- 
es, 1-7 acre, 600 ; 3 shops, Albion st., 
600 ; land, with buildings, 1-20 acre, 
450 ; coal sheds, 200 ; woodland. 
Oak St., 7 acre>. 140; woodland, 
Water st., 24 acres, 300 ; woodland, 
east of Town Farm, 13 acres, 150; 
woodland, Happy Hollow, 4 acres, 
50 ; woodland, north of Forest st., 2 
acres, 20 ; woodland south of Forest 
st. .3 acres, 30 ; woodland. Ash swam]), 
6 acres, 60 ; meadow, Foundry and 
Lake sts., 3 acres, 400 ; woodland, 
north of Forest St., 18 acres, 600. 

Aborn, Mrs. Mary 

Dwelling house, Court st., 1400; 

dwelling house, Sweetser St., n 00; 

barn, 50 ; land, with buildings, 3-4 

acre, 450. 
Adams, John B. ... 

- Dwelling house, Church St., 700 ; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 650. 
Adams, John W. 
Adams, George L. 

Land, Myrtle ave., 2 acres, 800. 
Adams, Mrs. Abbie B. 



$ 800 $ 26,925 



3,000 



* ? 35° 



*445 6o 



48 00 



800 
1,650 



23 60 



2 00 
14 80 

26 40 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



5 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



Total 

I AX. 



I500; 



Dwelling house, Myrtle ave. ) 1300; 

land, with house, 1-2 acre, 350. 
Ahern, James .... 
Ahem, John .... 

1 < ow, 30 : dwelling house, Lake St., 

700 ; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 150, 
Ahern, William . 
Ahlert, William . 

Dwelling house, Cottage St., 700 

land, with house, 1 3 acre, 160 
Allen. (. ieorge W. 
Allen. John H. C. 
Allen : k W. . 

Allen, William ('. 
Allbee, Alexander ( '. 

1 dwelling house, ( Converse St., 

shed, 25; land, with house, 1-3 

acre. 300. 
Alexander. John F. 
Vines. John C. . 
Ames. A/el Jr. .... 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 carriage, 50. 
Ames, 1 .inwood P. 
Amidon, Nellie A. 

Dwelling house, Greenwood st. ; No. 

1 . 2300 : No. 2. 2400 ; lot 6, sect. 1, 

with house No. 1, 10,500 feet, 300; 

lot 8, sect. 1, witli house No. 2, 

10,500 feet, 300. 
Amidon. Philip R. 
Anderson. Archibald 
Anderson, George 
Anderson, Clinton (). 

Stock in trade. 3000 
Anderson, Juliet H. 

Dwelling house. Yale ave., 5000; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1500. 
Anderson, John .... 
Anderson. Andrew G. . 

Dwelling house. Park St., 2000 ; land, 

with buildings, 5,146 feet, 400. 
Anderson, James 

Dwelling house, Lowell st., 800; 

land, with house, 1-2 acre, 125. 
Anderson, James 2nd . 
Anderson, John A. 

Dwelling house, Gould St., 2000; 

land, with house, 1-8 acre, 350. 



1 
1 
1 

1 



3° 



850 



860 



100 



1,825 



5>3°° 



3,000 



2,400 



9 2 5 



2 >35°: 



2 00 
16 08 



2 00 
15 76 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

31 20 



2 


OO 


2 


OO 


1 



60 


2 


OO 


84 


80 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

50 OO 



6,500 104 OO 



2 OO 

44 00 
16 80 



2 OO 

,7 60 



6 



POLLS AXD ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o 
r 
r 
in 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

lAX. 



Anderson, John 2nd 
Anderson, Mrs. Mary . 

Dwelling house, Fitch ct., 1000 ; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 125. 
Anderson, Otto .... 
Anguera, Edward de . 
Anguera, Mary A. de . 

Dwelling house, Avon St.. 2500 ; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1100. 
Annis. Mrs. Linda A. . 

1 horse, 100 ; 4 swine, 20 ; 1 carriage 
50 ; dwelling house, Salem st., 2500 ; 
stable, slaughter house and hennery, 
1 100; land, with buildings, 35 acres, 
1500. 

Ardell, George M. 

Ardell, Hannah .... 
Dwelling house, Richardson st., 
[800 ; land, with house, 1-6 acre, 200. 

Arlington, William E. . 

Arrington, William S. . 

2 cows, 60. 
Arlington, Mrs. Rebecca 

Dwelling house, Church st., 900 ; 

land, with house, i-S acre, 160. 
Arthur, John .... 
Atherton, A. Edward . 
Atherton, Arlon S. 

Stock in trade, 2500 : 3 horses, 300 : 

3 wagons, 200 ; dwelling house. 
( hestnut st.. 2500 ; store house, 300 ; 
land, with buildings. 3-16 acre, 1300 ; 
store building, Albion st., 1500; 
barn. 250 : land, with buildings, 1200. 

Atherton. James E. . . . 

Atherton. Willard M. . 
Atherton. William S. 

1 carriage, 40. 
Atkinson, Ira ... 

Stock in trade, 2500 ; 4 horses, 400 : 

3 wagons, 120; dwelling house, 

Chestnut St., 4500; stable, 1000; 

land, with buildings, 1-4 acre, 1300. 
Atwell, John Heirs of . 

Money, 1000 
Atwell, William H. 

Money, 1200. 
Atwell, William H. Tr. 



1 70 



60 



3,000 



40 
3,020 



1,125 



3,600 



5, TOO 



2,000 



I,000 
1,200 



2 OO 

18 00 



2 OO 
2 OO 

57 60 



84 3 2 



2 OO 
32 OO 



2 OO 
2 96 



I,0()() 16 96 



2 OO 
2 OO 
7,050 162 80 



2 OO 
2 OO 
2 64 



6;8oo 159 12 



16 OO 

21 20 

2 OO 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



7 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



O 

r 

r 



Per- Real 
SONAL. Estate. 



Total 

J AX. 



row, 30 ; 3 car- 



Atwell, John Heirs and William H. 
Dwelling house, Prospect st., No. 1, 

1 200 : No. 2, 2200 ; 2 shops. 500 : sta- 
ble and shop, 500 ; land, with build- 
ings, 1 acre, 1000; dwelling house, 
Prospect st., 1000; land, with house, 
1-3 acre, 400. 

At wood, Ida 1). . 

2 horses, 200 ; 1 
riages, 150 ; dwelling house, Oak St., 
1000, stable, 1200; summer house, 
1000; land, with buildings, 1 1-4 
acre, 200 ; dwelling house, near 
Greenwood Depot, 3000: land, with 
house, 2 acres, 750 ; land, south side 
of Oak st., 6 1-2 acres, 600 ; meadow 
south of Oak st., 4 acres, 85 : house 
lot, Broadway. 1-12 acre, 65 ; wood- 
land. Forest st.. 9 acres. 900. 

At wood, Frank H. 

1 horse, 100; 1 carriage, 75 : dwell- 
ing house. Main St., 2500; stable, 
250; land, with buildings, 1-4 acre, 

75°- 
Auld, Charles L. 

Austin. Joseph W. 

Ayscough, Charles D. 

Ayscough, ( ieorge 
Asp. Gustavus . 
Asp, G. and Hendrickson, John. . 

Dwelling house, Gould St., 1800; 

land, with house, 1 i-S acres, 1000. 
A born, John G. et ah. 

Dwelling house, Yale ave., 2800; 

land, with house, 1-6 acre 900. 
Badger, Hiram L. 
Bagley, John T 

Dwelling house, Summit ave., 2250 ; 

barn, 250 ; land, with buildings, 

31,000 feet, 500. 
Bachellor, William H. 

1 hvelling house, Main st., 1800 ; land, 

with house, 3-4 acre, 1000. 
Bailey, James B. P. 
Bailey, Lizzie A. 

Dwelling house, Edraands 

T400; lot 356, with house, 



Place. 



3>°5 2 
feet, 100; lot, 355, 2,595 feet, 100. 



$ 6.800 



80 8,800 



75 



3>5°° 



2,80c 



3>7 oc 



3,000 



2,800 



1,600! 



$108 So- 



146 88 



60 80 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
44 80 



59 2 ° 

2 00 
50 00 



46 80 



2 00 
25 60 



8 



POLLS AKD ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Total 

' 1 1 

lAX. 



Bailey, Frank W. 

Baker. Alger L. . 

Baker, Fred E. 

Baker, J. K. L. . 

Balch, Theodore E. 

Balch, Ellen R. . 

Dwelling house. Vale ave., 4000; 
land, with house. 1-4 acre, 1500. 

Balch, Frank M. ... 

House lot. Main St., 10,687 feet, 450. 

Balcom, Edward A. 

House lot, Robinson Plan, 150. 

Baldwin. Mrs. Andrew- 
Dwelling house. Vernon st., 400; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre. 200. 

Balentine, Daniel 

Balmforth, Eri .... 

Bancroft, Abigail 1 ). . 

Pullman car stock, 1200; dwelling 
house, Pleasant st., 2000 ; land, with 
house, 3-8 acre, 750. 

Bancroft, Eliza Heirs of 

Dwelling house. Railroad St., 1600; 
land, with house, 1-5 acre, 400: 
meadow, Railroad St., 3 acres, 50. 

Bancroft, Charles H. . 

Bandrot, Albert .... 

Balmforth, Elliott H. . 

Barker, Edward .... 
Dwelling house. Main st., 2000; sta- 
ble, 300 : land, with buildings, 5-16 
acre. 800. 

Barnard, Benj. 1 ... 

1 horse. 100 : 2 carriages, 150 : dwell- 
ing house, Main st., 2000 : stable, 
500; land, with buildings, 7-8 acre, 

Barnes, Silas J. . 

Dwelling house. Green St., 1000 ; lot 
57, Sargent's Plan. 1858, 12,730 
feet, 100. * 

Barrett, Frank I. ... 

Engine and boiler, 150; dwelling 
house, Spring St., 1500, (unfinished) : 
dwelling house, Spring st. (in rear) 
400, (unfinished) ; land, with hous- 



73,475 feet > 

wood st.. 50. 



1500 



mill, (ireen- 



- 



1 .200 



2 5° 



150 



$ $ 2 00 

2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
5,500 88 00 



45° 



150 

600 



fj.OOO 



9 20 



4 40 



9 60 



2 00 
2 00 

2.750 63 20 



2,050 32 80 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
3.100 51 60 



102 00 



1,100, 59 60 



3-45° 59 ^o 



TIN] TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



9 



NAMES AND KST.VI ES. 



2 Per- Real 
- s< »\AT.. Estate. 



Total 

r i * 
lAX. 



Barrett, [oseph . 

Barrett, Richard . 

Barrett, Jeremiah 

Barrett, Thomas 11. 

Barrett, William . 

Barratt, Samuel . 
I ) welling house, Richardson St., 1000 : 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 320, 

Barry, b>hn 

- 

Barry, William 
Bars tow, ( lharles S. 

tlett, N. E. . 
Bartlett, Lee 
Barth tt, Nathaniel J. . 

I dwelling house, Main st., 3500 ; land, 

with house, 5-16 acre, 800. 
Bartley, Francis .... 
Bartle) . Ri ibert B. . , 

Dwelling house. Bartley st., 1500: 

lots 97, 98, 99, Robinson's plan, 

1 1 -5 ;u res, iioo. 
Bartley, Rob't B. and Francis 

Land, cor. Vernon and Water sts., 

1 8 acre, 500. 
Barutio, William I . 
Batchelder, Frank P. . 

Meadow, east of Vernon street. 2 

a< res. 30. 

Batchelder, ( reor$ 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 carriage, 50. 
Batchelder, Jerry S. 

Dwelling house, Converse st, 700; 

land, with house, 8,302 feet, 125. 
Batchelder, William 

Dwelling house. Myrtle ave., 1000; 

shed, 50 ; land, with buildings, 1-4 

acre, 200. 
Batchelder, William H. 
Bateman, Charles 

2 cows, 60 : dwelling house, Bateman 
ct., No. 1, 1200; No. 2, 1200; sta- 
ble, 100: land, with buildings, 3-4 
acre, 200. 

Bateman, Charles 2nd 

Bateman, William 

Bateman, Thomas Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Bateman ct., No. 1, 



1 

1 



100 



60 



$ 2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
1,320 23 12 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

70 80 



4,35° 



2,100 



500 



:o 



2,200 



2 00 
35 6o 



8 00 



2 00 
2 48 



3 6o 



825 15 20 



1,250 22 00 



2 00 
46 16 



2 00 
2 00 
1,400 22 40 



10 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Iax. 



600 ; No. 2, 400 ; stable, 75 : land. 

with buildings. 2 acres, 325. 
Batson, John H. . 
Bayrd, Charles L. 

House lot, Crescent st., 9,117 feet, 

900. 
Bayrd, Charles L. Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Crescent St., 2000; 

dwelling house, Crescent ct., 1800: 

land, with buildings, 1-4 acre. 1500. 
Baxter, Augustus G. 
Baxter, Helen E. 

1 > welling house. Forest st., 800 : land, 

with house, 1-2 acre, 50. 
Baxter, Ella M. . 

Dwelling house, Forest St., 300 ; land, 

with house, 1 acre. 100. 
Baxter, John A. ... 

Baxter, Carrie M. 

Land, Fon 
Beach, William R. 
Beattie, William 
Beebe, Cyrus ( i. 

Income. 2500 ; 

Winter Harbor 



1-4 acre, 40. 



in the 
2660 ; 



5334 shares 

Laud Co., 
stocks, bonds and money, 10,000; 
2 horses, 400; 2 carriages, 400; 
dwelling house. Main St., 850 ; stable, 
50; land, with buildings. 1 acre. 600. 

Beebe, Junius .... 
Income, 2000 : 3 horses, 600 ; 2 car- 
riages, 400 : 2 boats. 100; dwelling 
house, Converse st., 1500; lot No. 7 
with house, 9694 feet, 250. 

Beebe, Lucius M. ... 

Beebe, Lucius Heirs of 

2 horses, 300 ; 5 cows, 200 ; 4 swine, 
25 ; 1 carriage, 75 ; 1 wagon, 50 ; fur- 
niture, 1500; dwelling house, Main 
st. ,6500 ; stable, 2000 ; carriage house, 
400 ; farm, stable and out buildings. 
400 ; land, with buildings, 46 acres, 
15,000; dwelling house, Main St., 
No. 2. 1000; stable, 100; land, with 
house, 1-2 acre, 400 ; woodland, East 
Ward, 10 1-8 acres, 800 ; meadow, 
near Reading line, 6 acres ; 200. 

Behr, John .... 



$ 



: 

1 15,960 [,500 



$ 



900 



2 00 
16 -40 



5.300 84 80 



850 



400 



\o 



2 00 
13 60 



6 40 



2 


OO 




64 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


28l 


36 



i,7< 79 60 



2.150 



2 00 
26,400 456 80 



2 00 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



11 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Behr, Friel 
Belding, 1 1 ii am . 
Beliveau, Joseph II. 
Bel more, Ernest 
Benjamin, ( Charles A. 
Bennett, Robert G. . 

2 horse: . 100 ; 13 cows, 390 ; 2 swine, 



15:1 wagon, 25. 
Bennett, Laura I ). 

Dwelling house, Vernon St., 1500; 
l)le, 200 1 land, with buildings, 5 

acres, 700 ; pasture, cast of Vernon 

st.. 1 2 at res, 550. 
Berry, Walter B. 
Bessey, William W. 

- 

Beebe, John II.. 

Bessey, Allie 

6 horses, 450 ; 7 carriages, 450, 

Bettel, Jan: 

Bickford, Charles !•', . 

1 horse, 100: 1 wagon, 35; 1 car- 
riage, 50. 

Bickford, Nancy 

Dwelling house, Sweetser St., 750; 
stable. 150: land, with buildings. 1-2 
acre, 700. 

Biggs, Charles H. 

Lot 20, Spring ave., 8750 feet, 250. 

Biggs, John R * 

Biggs, William .... 

Biggs, William Jr. 

I dwelling house, New Salem St., 600 ; 
hennery, 25 ; land, with house, 42,5 75 
feet, 75. 

Biggs, Edward E. 

Dwelling house, Spring ave., (unfin- 
ished) 1200; lot No. 19, with house, 
1 2.094 feet, 250. 

Billings, Martin .... 

Binden, Alfred H. 

1 tricycle, 100; boat, 20; dwelling 
house, Main St., 2000 ; stable, 400 ; 
land, with building, 5-16 acre, 800. 

Hisbee, Ulysses G. 

Bishop, Gorham J. 

Blanchard, Abner J. 

Dwelling house, Gould St., 2400; 



- 
2 


Per- 


Real 


r f ^ 

IOTAL 


~ 


inal. Estate. 


' 1 * 

1 AX. 


I 




$ 


$ 2 OO 
2 OO 
2 OO 
2 OO 
2 OO 




53° 




IO 48 






2,95° 


47 20 


I 






2 00 


I 






2 OO 


I 






2 OO 


I 


900 




l6 40 


1 






2 OO 


I 


'85 




4 9 6 




• 


1,600 


25 60 


I 




250 


6 00 


I 






2 00 


I 






2 00 


I 




700 


13 20 


I 




i.45° 


25 20 


I 






2 00 


I 


120 


3,200 


55 12 


I 






2 00 


I 






2 OO 


I 




4,35° 


71 60 



12 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 






Per- 
sona i . 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

I AX. 



stable, &oo : land, with buildings, 



? -4 



j 



acre. 



i35°- 



Blanchard, Abner N. . 

i horse, 50 ; 3 cows, 90 : 2 carriages, 
100 ; dwelling house, Salem St., 1600 ; 
stable. 150; land, with buildings, 4 
acres, 600 ; meadow, north side Sa- 
lem st., 2 acres. 40: Sweetser lot, 1 
acre, 25. 

Blanchard, ( reorge A. 

Dwelling house, Hancock St., 800; 
stable, 200 ; land, with building 
acres, 300. 

Blanchard, John ( > . 

1 hvelling house, Salem St., 800 : land. 
with house, 1-4 acre, 75. 

Blatchford, Fran* i^ 
Blenkhorn, Henrv 
Block, Leonard Heirs of 

Dwelling house. Franklin st.. 1C00; 

land, with house, 1-5 acre, 500. 
Block and Cate .... 

Stock in trade, 500 : 2 horses, 200 : 

2 wagons, 75. 
Block, William L. 
Bloodgood, D wight I. 

1 horse, 75 : 2 carriages. 100. 
Bloodgood. Fred'!; ('. 
Blythe, Francis .... 
Boardman, Arthur 11. . 
Boardman, Melvin W. 

Dwelling house, Pleasant st., 2200; 

land, with house, 6120 feet. 550. 
Boardman, Mos 

Dwelling house, Pleasant St., 1000; 

shop, 300 : land, with buildings, 5-8 

acre, 950: meadow, east of Darners 

railroad, 5 acres, 400. 
Boardman. Mrs. Nancy 

1-2 dwelling house, Salem st., 1300; 

barn and shed, 25 ; land, with build- 
ing, 3-8 acre, 1200. 
Boasa, Max .... 

Dwelling house, Greenwood, ave., 

1500: lot 285, 3000 feet, 200; lot 

284, 3000 feet, 200. 
Bolton. Richard .... 
Bonney, Josiah S. 



1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

1 



1 



$ 



240 2,415 44 48 



1,300 22 80 



875 



775 



1 75 



2. 100 



16 00 



2 00 
2 00 

33 6o 



1 2 40 



2 


00 


4 


80 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


46 


00 



2,75° 



2,650 44 40 



2,525 40 40 



1.900 32 40 



2 00 
2 00 



THE TOWN' OF WAKEFIELD. 



13 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



- 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 
Tax. 



Boston [ce ( Company . 

Machinery, 7000 ; dwelling house, 
Railroad St., No. 1. 1700: No. 2, 
1500: barn and hennery. 200: ice 
houses, 40.000: barn, 650; shop. 
200 : brick engine house. 1000 ; land. 
with buildings, 12 acres, 4000 ; pas- 
ture, adjoining, 4 acres, 1000: wood- 
land, west <>i Railroad st.. 2<> acres. 

[OOO. 
Bostotl and Maine Railroad Co. . 

1'ortion Greenwood depot, 1000; 
brick boiler house and boiler. 500 : 
brick depot, 5000: land. Main St., 
(depot) 1-3 acre, 750; land. Main 
st.. (shop) 3-4 acre, 2*500 : land, be- 
tween Railroad and Crystal Lake. 1-4 
acre, 800 : land, east side Myrtle ave.. 
1-8 acre, 100; land. Main st., 1 acre, 
1 100; land, east side Railroad st.. 1 
acre, 50 : land, south side Water St., 
near Centre depot. 1-2 acre, 2000; 
land, between S. R. Branch and Dan- 
vers R. R. and New Salem st., 1-4 
acre, 1000; land, near Greaney's 
1 1 lal yard. 1 -S acre. 500 : land, Broad- 
way. 1 7-10 acres, 1500 : land, Murray 
and Chestnut sts., [-34 acres. 7000: 
land, north side of Albion St., 600 ; 
land, at Junction, 1-5 acre. 1000. 

Boudroe, Albert .... 

Bourdon, Adolph 

Dwelling house. Brook ave., 550: 
land, with house, 1-5 acre, 75. 

Boudie, Mark A. ... 

Bouve, A. G. 

Bowditch, Charles F. . 

Bowley, Asa . . 

Bowman, Charles B. 

Bowman, Mrs. Carrie B. 

Dwelling house, Lawrence st., 2300 ; 
land, with house, 18,254 feet, 1500. 

Bowman. William F. . 

Bowser, Charles A. . 

Stock in trade, 2500 : 1 boat, 25. 

Bowen, Timothv 

Boyce, Thomas C. 



S 7.000 $ 51,250 $ 932 00 



25,400 406 40 



625 



3,800 



2 >5 2 5; 



2 00 
12 00 



2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


60 


80 


2 


OO 


42 


40 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 



14 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



r 1 


Per- 


Real 


1 OTAL 

r m 






sonal. 


Estate. 


Iax. 


Boyd, James .... 


I 


$ 200 




$ 5 20 


i horse, ioo; i carriage, ioo. 










Boyd, Theresa M. 






$ 3-5°° 


56 00 


Dwelling house, Chestnut St., 2500 ; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1000. 










Bovnton, Charles F. 


I 


205 




5 28 


1 horse, 100 : 1 carriage, 75 : 1 cow, 30 










Boynton. Charles W. . 


1 






2 00 


Bradbury, Ernest A. . 


I 






2 00 


Bradford, Ceorge 


1 


l S° 


2,290 


41 04 


1 horse, 50 ; 3 cows, 75 ; 1 carriage, 










2^ ; dwelling house, Hopkins St., 










1000; shed and barn, 250; land, 










with house, 10 acres. 1000, meadow, 










1 acre, 40. 










Bradley, John A. ... 








2 00 


Brady, Francis .... 




• 




2 00 


Bransfield, James 








2 00 


Braxton, ( Jeorge VV. 


T 
1 




2 00 


Braxton, Robert .... 


I 




2 00 


Brennan, 1 )ennis 


J 


3° 


760 


14 64 


1 cow, 30 ; dwelling house. Wiles' PL, 










400 ; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 60; 










land, south side Water Nt.,i-6 acre,6 










lot, Spring street, (Knowles) 1-3 










acre, 240. 










Brewer, John P. . 


I 






2 00 


Bridge, Charles .... 


I 






2 00 


Bridge, Charles C. 


I 




2,200 


37 20 


Dwelling house, Pearl st., 1400; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, Soo. 










Bridges, William J. 


1 




1,400 


24 40 


Dwelling house, Pleasant st., 8o< 










shop, 50 ; land, with buildings, 1-7 










acre, 550. 










Britton, Richard .... 


I 


2,500 


4,200 


109 20 


Stock in trade, 2000; income, 500; 










dwelling house, Yale Ave., 2400 ; land, 










with house, 3-8 acre, 1800. 










Bronquist, Eric .... 


I 






2 00 


Brooks, A. F. . 


I 






2 00 


Brooks, James L. . . . 


I 






2 00 


Brooks, John G. .... 


I 






2 00 


Brooks, Charlotte N. . 






55° 


8 80 


Dwelling house, Forest st., 450 ; land, 










with house, 1 1-4 acres, 100. 










Brooks, Percy X. 


I 






2 00 


Brown, Charles H. T. . 


1 






2 00 



THE TOWN' OF WAKEFIELD. 



15 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Per- 



- SONAL. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Tax. 



Brown. ( reorge .... 
Brown, John F. .... 

I cow . 30. .... 

Drown. James I. . 
Dwelling house, Greenwood st., 
i 200 ; barn, 200 ; hennery, 25 ; land, 
with buildings, 1 acre, 1000 ; wood- 
land. 3 1 -2 at res, 1 75. 

Brown, James W. S. 

1 horse, 50 j 1 wagon, 25. 

Brown. Lizzie A. . 
Dwelling house, Lowell st., 900; 

barn, 300 : land, with buildings, 2 

acres, 225. 
Brown. 1 [annah S. 
Dwelling house, Chestnut st., 3500; 
stable, 300 : greenhouses, 300 ; land, 

with buildings, 3-8 acre, 5000. 
Brown, Lincoln .... 
Brown, William B. 

1 horse. 50 : 1 carriage, 50 ; dwelling 
house, Vernon st., 800 ; shop, 25 ; 
stable, 100 ; land, with buildings, 3-4 
acres, 500. 

Brown, Joseph A. 

Brownell, Alstead W. . 

Dwelling house, W. Chestnut St., 
1500; land, with house, 3-10 acre, 
900 ; dwelling house, Albion st., 
3300 ; land, with house, 3000 ft., 700. 

Brownell, James H. 

Branch, William H. 

Branch, George E. 

Dwelling house, Greenwood ave., 
1800; lot 398 with house ; 3000 ft., 
200 ; lot 399, 3000 ft., 200. 

Bryant, Albert R. . 

Dwelling house, Bryant st., 2100; 
land, with house, 3-10 acre, 1000. 

Bryant, Edward M. 

Bryant, Eugene C. 

Bryant, Charles A. 

Bryant. Frank H. 

Bryant, William C. Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Pleasant St., 2000; 
land, with house, 1-8 acre, 500. 

Buchanan, Daniel 

Buckley. James E. . . . 



30 



75 



1,425 



8,100 



1,425 



6,400 



2,200 



2,700 



2 00 
2 40 



2,600 43 60 



20 



22 80 



129 60 



2 00 
26 40 



2 00 
104 40 



2 00 

2 00 

37 20 



3,100 51 60 



2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


43 


20 


2 


00 


2 


00 



1(5 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



Buckley, John H. 

Buckley, Samuel 

i cow. 30 ; dwelling house. Xahant 
St., 900 : stable, 50 ; land, with build- 
ings, 1-4 acre, 425 ; dwelling house. 
Xahant st., 350 \ stable and henner- 
ies. 50 ; land, with buildings. 3-5 
acre, 450. 

Bucknam, Warren F. . 

Bucknam, Mrs. \Y. F. 

Dwelling house, near Water st.. 600 : 
land, with house, 1-2 acre, 80. 

Bumpus, Horatio 

Bum pus, Fred II. 

Burch stead, James F. . 

Bunker, Fred E. 

Burditt, Joseph T. 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 600 : land, 
with house. 3-4 acre. 275. 

Burditt, John K. ... 

Burditt, John B. .... 

Burditt, Eben \. 

Burditt, Michael 11. 

Burditt, Sylvester 

Burditt, Mary \ . 

Dwelling house. Auburn st., 1300; 
land, with house. 1-4 acre, 500. 

Burditt, J. Woodward . 

Burbank, B. B. . 

1 horse. 50 : 1 carriage, 25. 

Burbank. Mary J. 

Dwelling house. Vale Ave, 3500; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1400. 

Burbank, Charles M. . 

Burgess, Hester A. . 

Dwelling house. Byron st., 1500; 
stable. 200 ; land, with buildings, 
1 1-4 acres, 1000 ; lot 12 and lot 13, 
Cedar and Albion, 400 : lot 130 and 
131, Albion and Byron sts., 600. 

Burns, Lawrence 

Burnham, Wendall P. . 

1 horse, 75 ; 1 carriage, 25. 

Burrill, Alonzo P. 

Burrill, Frank H. 

Bush, A. A. & Co. 

Stock in trade, 300; 1 horse, 25; 
1 wagon, 25. 



30 



2.225 






875 



1 .800 



75 



4.900 



100 



35° 



Total 

I AX. 



2 OO 

8 08 



2 


OO 


10 


ss 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


1 


OO 


2 


00 


l6 


00 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


OO 


2 8 


80 



2 OO 

3 20 

78 40 



2 OO 

59 2 ° 



2 


00 


3 


60 


2 


00 


2 


00 


5 


60 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



17 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



c 

r 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Tax. 



Bush, A. A. .... 

i horse, 150 \ 1 carriage, 20. 

Butler, Aaron .... 
Stock in trade, 400 : dwelling house. 
Lake St., 500 ; lot 29, C. Wakefield 
plan, 1-0 acre, 70; store building. 

Main St., 3800 \ stable, 200; land, 
with buildings, 1-16 acre, 1200; 
woodland, near Water St., 18 acres, 
500: meadow, Gould land. 2 acres, 

3 ( 
Butler, Aaron A. ... 

Butler, Ep< .... 

1 horse. 25 : wagon, 25. 

Under, Edward .... 

Dwelling house, Hartley St.. 1300; 

barn. 50 ; lot 69, part 69 1-2, 70. 71, 

Rob. plan, 3-4 acre, 600. 
Butler, Amanda 1 leirs of 

Dwelling house. Crescent St., 1:00 ; 

land, with house, 1-20 a< re, 300. 
Butler, Edmund .... 
Butler, Frank E. 
Butler, Henry E. 
Butler, Patrick .... 

1 horse, 75 ; 2 swine, 10: 1 carriage, 

25 ; dwelling house, Hartley St., 1 200 ; 

stable, 50; land, with house, 1-4 

acre. 200: lots 41. 42. cor. Lake 

and Hartley. 400. 
Butler, William .... 
Butterfield, Edward C. 
Butterfield, Frank E. . 
Butterfield, Sal lie E. and Harriet E. 

Dwelling house, Sweetser St., 1000; 

stable, 150 : land, with buildings, 3-4 

acre. 850. 
Buxton, Jonathan 

1 horse, 25 ; 1 carriage, 20; dwelling 

house, Lowell st., 500; stable, 75; 

land, with buildings, 2 1-2 acres, 300. 
Buxton, William C. . 

Buzzell, Ruel P 

Buzzell Caroline V. . 

Dwelling house, Park St., 3500 ; land, 

with house, 1-7 acre, 800. 
Buxton, Charles E. 
Buxton. Frank 



$ 170 



400 



5° 



$ 



6,000 



^ 4 72 



109 20 



L95° 



1,500 



1 10 1,850 



2,00c 



45 



4<3°° 



2 00 
2 So 



33 2 ° 



24 co 



2 CO 

2 CO 

2 CO 

OO 0° 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

32 OO 



875' 16 7: 



2 


00 


2 


00 


68 


80 


2 


00 


2 


00 



18 



POLLS AXI) ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Total 
Iax. 



Blake, L. P. 
Brown, George V. 
Butterfield, William J. 

Dwelling house, Water St., 700 ; land, 

with house, 3-16 acre, 100. 
Caby, John Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Melvin st., 600; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 
Cade, William E. 
Cahill, Patrick .... 

Dwelling house, Herbert St., 500; 

land, with house 1-6 acre, 60. 
Cahill, John F. . 
Cadigan, John 
Calkins, James 11. 
Callahan, I )aniel . 
Callahan, Daniel Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Valley st., 500: land 

with house, 100. 
Callahan, Michael 
Callan, John 
Cameron, James . 
Cameron, John J. 
Cameron, Everett 
Cameron, Malcolm 
Campbell, John . 

1 cow, 30. 
Campbell, William C. 
Cann, George 1 >. 
Cann, Thomas B. 
Capelle, William C. 
Carey, Daniel 

2 swine, 10; dwelling house, Main 
st., 2600; stable, Franklin St., 300; 
land, with buildings 25 acre, 1400; 
lot, Nahant St., 1-4 acre, 200. 

Carey, Daniel and Emily F. 

Dwelling house, Nahant St., 500 ; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 175. 
Carey, Emery D. 
Carey, George E. 
Carey, Edith L. . 

Dwelling house, Chestnut St., 1900; 

land, with house, 3-16 acre, noo. 
Carev, Daniel and Emmons, Freeman. 

Dwelling house, cor. Franklin and 

Main sts., 1400: land, with house, 

i-ii acre, 400. 



: 



3° 



10 



800 



800 



$ 2 00 
2 00 
14 80 

12 80 



560 



600 



4,5°°! 



675 



2 


00 


10 


96 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


9 


60 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


48 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


74 


16 



10 80 





2 


OO 




2 


OO 


3,000 


48 


OO 


1,800 


28 


80 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



19 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 

Estate. 



Total 

I AX. 



Carlson, John .... 
( Carlisle, Edward A. 

Dwelling house, Summit ave., 2100; 

stable, 250 ; land, with buildings, 

30,000 ft., 500. 
Carpenter, Fred B. . 

Income, 1000; 2 horses, 300; 3 

carriages, 300 ; furniture, 800 j house 

lot, Lawrence St., 1-4 acre, 1000. 
Carpenter, Alice B. 

Dwelling house, Main st., 7000; 

stable, 1200; land, with buildings, 1 

acre, 5000. 
( larter, I taniel .... 

1 horse, 50. 
( 'alter, Edwin S. . 
Carter, Eunice .... 

Dwelling house, Elm St., 1500; land, 

with house, 9-16 acre, 325. 
Carter, James H. . . . 

Dwelling house. Park st., 2350; sta- 
ble, 350; land, with building, 1 5-16 

acre, 5600. 
Carter, James .... 
Carney. Michael .... 
Carr, James .... 

Eot, Traverse St., 7000 ft., 100. 
Canty, David .... 
Carleton, Henry F. 

Dwelling house, Pearl st., 1600; 

land, with house, 3-20 acres, 700. 
Cartland, Mrs. J. H. . 

1-2 dwelling house, Lake ave., 1250 ; 

land, with house, 3-16 acre, 750. 

Cartland, Will H 

Cartwright, Joseph 

1 hvelling house, Park st., 

ble and shed, 250 ; land, 

ings, 5-16 acre, 
Case, Archie 
Casey, John .... 

Dwelling house, Otis st., 1200; land, 

with house, 1-7 acre, 180. 
Casey, Peter .... 
Cassidy, Henry L. 

Stock in trade, 50 ; 1 horse, 50 ; 1 

carriage, 50 ; dwelling house, Na- 

hant st., 700; barn, 50: land, with 



2000 ; sta- 
with build- 



95°- 



2,400 



5° 



150 



$ $ 2 00 

2,850, 47 60 



1,000 56 40 



13,200 



1,825 



8,300 



ico 



2,300, 



2,000 



3,200 



1,380 



9 2 5 



211 20 



2 80 

2 00 

29 20 

134 80 



2 00 

2 00 

3 60 

2 00 

:8 80 



32 00 

2 00 

53 2 ° 



2 00 
24 08 



2 00 
19 20 



20 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



c 

r 

r 



Per- 
sonal 




Total 

I AX. 



buildings, 1-4 acre, 100 ; house lot, 
Nahant St., 1-6 acre, 75. 

Caswell, Stephen E. 

Dwelling house, Oak St., 1000; sta- 
ble, 100; land, with buildings. 3-S 
acre, 300. 

Cate, Arthur VV. .... 

Gate, Albert 1). . 

Cate, John M. 

Cate, Mrs. John M. 

Stock in trade, 2000 ; dwelling house 
and store, Main st., 4200 ; dwelling 
house. Centre St., 1200; stable, 75 ; 
land, with buildings, 3- 16 acres, 3500 ; 
4 dwelling houses, Nahant and Mel- 
Yin sts., 1600; land, with houses, 
1 acre, 300. 

Cavinaro, James .... 

1 horse, 60 ; 1 wagon, 40 ; house 
lot, cor. Vernon and Highland sts., 
1-8 acre, 250. 

Cavinaro, Annie .... 

Dwelling house, Highland st., 1500; 

shop, 75 ; land, with buildings. 5-32 

acre, 150. 
Cavinaro, Joseph F. 
Cavinaro, Nathaniel 
Cecca, de Angie .... 
Cecca, de Antonio 
Chadbourne, Frank 
Chadbourne, Samuel . 
Chadsey, Daniel N. 

Stock in trade, 500. 
Chadwick, J. F., Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Summer St., 1300; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 450. 
Chadwick, George \V. . 
Chapman, Amos W. 

2 dwelling houses. Crescent st., 4400 ; 
stable and shed, S25 ; land, with 

, buildings, 3-4 acre, 2500 ; house lot, 

Nahant St., 3-4 acre, 75. 
Chase, Daniel W. 
Cheever, Charles W. 
Cheever, Charles H. 

Land south of New Salem St., 100. 
Cheevei, Fred .... 

1 horse, T50; 1 carriage, 100.^ 



2,000 



100 



$ 



1,400 



io-9 2 5 



250 



J >725 



;oo 



100 



250 



24 40 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

206 80 



7 60 



27 60 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

10 00 



1,750 28 00 



2 00 
7,800 126 80 



2 00 

2 00 

3 60 

6 00 



TIIK TOWN' OF WAKEFIELD. 



21 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



Total 
Tax. 



Cheney, ( 'harles A. 

Stock in trade, 700. 
Cheney, Ellen F. 

Dwelling house. Eaton St., 1000; 

shed, 50; shop, 25: land with 

buildings, 1 -4 acre, 800. 
Cheney. ( '. I i. R, 

Dwelling house and store, Main st., 

(unf'd) 2500; land, with house, 3-16 

acre, 2200. 
Cheney, ( reorge H. 

1 bicycle, 50. 
Chesley, Mrs. Martha A. 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 wagon, 25 ; 1 car- 
riage, 25 \ stock in trade, 400; 
dwelling house and store, Albion St., 
1700; stable, 350 j land, with build- 
ings, 1 -3 acre, 350. 

Chesley, William \V. 
Child, Lydia 1». Heirs of 

Dwelling house. Elm st., 500; land, 

with house, 3-8 acre, 300. 
Child, Austin P. . 
Chisholm, Eeo .... 
Chisholm, John .... 
Clapp. I .ew is l\. . 
. Dwelling house, Avon ct., 1100; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 700. 
Clapp, Frank A. . 

2 horses, 200 : 2 carriages, 200. 
Clapp, Juletta .... 

1 dwelling house, Lawrence st., 3500 ; 

stable, 500; land, with buildings, 

9-16 acre, 2000. 
Cheever, Lavinia M. . 

Land, south side New Salem st., 1 

acre, 100. 

Clark, Fred W 

Citizens' Gas Light Co. 

Machinery, 15,000; gas house, Rail- 
road st., 4400; coal shed, 400; 

store house, 200 ; gasometre building 

1000 ; land, with buildings, 1 1-3 

acre, 2000. 
Clark, Eva D. S. . 

Dwelling house, Chestnut st., 5000; 

stable, 200 ; land, with buildings, 

i 1-2 acre, 2000. 



700I $ $ 13 20 

1 
1,875 30 00 



5° 



4,700 77 20 



400 



1 ,Hoo 



TOO 



2 80 



500| 2,400 46 40 



2 OO 
SOO 12 80 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

30 80 



8 40 



6,000 96 00 



1 60 



2 00 
15,000 8,000 368 00 



7,200 115 20 



9.9 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o 

r 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Clark. Ezra L. 

Dwelling houses, Elm st., No. i, 600 ; 
No. 2, 100; land, with houses, 10 
acres, 1000. 

Clark. Mrs. M. E. 

Dwelling house, Main St., 2200; 
land, with house, 1-5 acre, 2100. 

Clark, Diana T. .... 
I hvelling house, Salem St., 900 : land, 
with house, 1-5 acre, 500. 

Clark, Frank .... 

Clark, (ieorge H. 

Clark, Thomas .... 
1 horse, 50; 10 swine, 25; 2 car- 
riages. 50 ; dwelling house. Xahant 
st., 700; barn, 50; land, with build- 
ings, 2 1-4 acres, 200: pasture adj. 
3-4 acre, 50. 

(lark, Fred'k O. ... 

1 horse, 150; 1 cow. 35 ; 1 carri. 
30 ; 2 carriages, 150. 

Classon, Charles .... 
Dwelling house, Nahant st., 500; 
land, with house. 4 1-2 acres, 350. 

Clifford, Curtis .... 
Dwelling house, Avon st., 1300; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1500. 

Clothey. (Ieorge H. Heirs of 
Stock in trade, 1000. 

Cloudman, Charles 

1 horse, 50 ; 2 cows, 50 ; 2 carriages, 
50 ; dwelling house, Prospect st., 
1000; barn, 400; hennery, 75; 
land, with buildings, 8 acres, 400. 

Cloudman, Willis 

Clough, Samuel A. . 

Income, ^00 ; 1 horse, 125; 2 car- 
riages, 200 ; dwelling house, Avon 
st., 5000; land, with house, 3-8 



acre, 2100. 



Coakley, Michael 
Cobb, Alonzo S. . 
Cobb, Edward F. 
Cobb, Benjamin B. 

Dwelling house, Murray St., 1600; 

land, with house, 1-12 acre, 300. 
Cobe, Andrew J. ... 

Cochlan, James .... 



% 



125 



65 



,000 
15° 



Total 

Tax. 



$ 1,700 



S 29 20 



4,300 68 80 



1,400 



1,000 



85° 



2,800 



1,875 



825 



1,900 



22 40 



2 00 

2 00 

20 00 



7 84 

15 60 

46 80 

16 00 
34 40 



2 00 
7,100 128 80 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

32 40 



2 00 
2 00 



THE TOWX OF WAKEFIELD. 



23 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



c 
- 
- 
■j. 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 

Estate. 



Total 

I AX. 



Coffey, John V. . 

i cow, 30; dwelling house, Albion 
st.. 1200: shed. 20; land, with 
house. 1-2 acre, 400. 

( 'oil Kith. James .... 

1 horse. 100; 1 cow, 30; 1 wag- 
on, 20. 

( !olby, Julia A. . 

Dwelling house, Myrtle ave., 1400; 

hennery, 25 ; land, with house. 1 

acre, 600. 
( !olby, E. ( rilman 
< 1 >lby, Edward 1*. 

2 horses, 150 ; 
riages, 150. 

Colby. William M. 
Coles, I )avid S. . 

1 horse. 100 ; 
riage, 50. 

Cole. Robert W. . 

2 horses, 150 ; 



1 cow, 40 ; 2 car- 



I cow. 



25 



1 car- 



dwel- 



1 carnage, 50 ; 

ling house. Water St., 800; stable, 

400 ; land, with building, 1 1-4 

acres, 225. 
Coleman, Daniel .... 

Dwelling house. Water St., 1200; 

barn and shop, 175; land, with 

buildings. 1-2 acre, 400; dwelling 

house, Bennett St., 500; land with 

house, 1-4 acre, 160. 
Coleman, Patrick Jr. 
Coleman, William 
Coleman, James A. 
Coleman, Michael L. 
Coleman, Patrick 

Dwelling house, Melvin st , 

land, with house, 1-5 acre, 100 
Cole, George 
Collins, Edward P. 
Collins, Chester C. 
Collins, George G. 
Colson, Emery L. 
Colson, Samuel G. 
Comer, Edward . 

Dwelling house, Valley st., 750 ; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 100; lot, 

Valley St., 1-4 acre, 150. 
Con ant, Samuel 



•00 



$ 30 



T 5° 



340 



$ 1,620 



2,025 



J 75 



200 



1,425 



2,435 



800 



I,OCO 



$ 28 40 



4 40 



32 40- 



2 


00 


7 


44 


2 


00 


4 


80 



28 00 



40 96 



2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


14 


80 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 




w 


00 



18 00 



2 OO 



24 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real Total 
Estate. Tax. 



Conde, James .... 
Conlan. John .... 
Connell, Hugh .... 

Stock in trade. 1500. 
Connell, Joseph H. 
Connell. Joseph 

3 horses, 300; 9 cows, 270: 1 bull, 



40 ; 1 swine, 10 ; 1 



carnage, 



5°; 2 



wagons, 50; dwelling house, Salem 
st., 900 ; stable, 600 ; land, with 
buildings. 2 acres, 2300 : house, cor. 
Vernon and Otis sts., 900 ; land, with 
house, 1-6 acre, 150; 1-2 house, 
Mechanic st., 800 ; 1-2 Co-op. build- 
ing, 600 ; 1-2 brick block. Main st.. 
3500 ; 1-2 stable. Mechanic st., 200; 
land, with buildings, 1-8 acre, 2000; 
tillage land, east of Vernon st.. 2 2-3 
acres, 650 ; pasture and meadow, 
south side Salem st.. 7 acres, 450; 
pasture, east of So. R. P>. R. R., 8 
acres, 320; land, Vernon and Salem 
sts., 21-2 acres. 500 ; meadow, south 
of So. R. B. R. R.. 1 acre, 30: pas- 
ture, so. side Salem St., 5 acres. 

( lonnell, Mary .... 
Dwelling house, Melvin st., 600; 
land, with house, 1-12 acre. 100. 

Connell, Peter .... 

Connell, Peter, 2nd 

Dwelling house, Highland st.. 450: 
land, with house, 5-32 acre. 150. 

Connelly, John .... 

Cook, At well P. 
1 boat, 15. 

Cook, Benjamin 

Cook, Mrs. S. A. Z. . 

Dwelling house. Park St., (G) 2200 ; 
lot 24, Low's plan, 3-8 acre, 200. 

Cook, John P. 

Dwelling house, Park St., (G) 2400; 
> land, with house, 400. 

Cook. William F. ... 

Cook. John E. . 

Coombs, Thomas \V. 

Dwelling house, Lafayette st., 1500; 
shop, 20; land, with buildings, 1-5 
acre, 800. 



% 



1..500 



$ 2 00 

2 00 

26 00 



2 00 
720 14,200 240 72 



15 



700 



600 



1 1 20 



2 00 
11 60 



2 00 
2 24 



2 00 
2,400 ^S 40 



2,800 46 80 



2 00 
2 00 
2,320 39 I2 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



25 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Rkal 
Estate. 



Total 

1 AX. 



Coombs, John E. 
( loombs, Jane E. 

Dwelling house, Bryant St., 1800; 

land, with house. 1-8 acre. 400. 
Coon, Chauncey 
Coon, William L. 

Dwelling house, Yale ave., 2500; 

land, with house. 1-4 acre. 1200; 

land, near Stoneham line, 5 1 -8 

acres, 1000. 
( looper, Ashley E. 
( looper, Edward T. 
1 looper, I tarry L. 
( looper, ( ieorge E. 
Cooper. Ja< ob T. 
( looper, Joseph s. 
Cooper, John T. 

1 )welling house. ( Irove St., 700 ; land, 

with house, 3-16 acre, 150; lot 20, 

Sargents plan, No. 3, 11,729 ft., 150. 
Cooper, Reuben L, 

1 hoist'. 100 : 1 cow. 35 ; 1 carriage, 40. 
Cooper, William R. . 

( lopeland, Fred W. 
Connelly. Thomas 

Dwelling house. Albion St., 1200; 

land, with house. 1-2 acre. 200. 
( lonway, William 

Dwelling house, Emerson St., 600; 

land, with house. 3-10 acre, 600. 
Corcoran, Owen .... 

Dwelling house. Vernon st., 1000; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 340; 

dwelling house, Pleasant St., 1000; 

land, with house, 1-5 acre, 500; lot 

12, Mansfield Plan. Water St., 1-6 

acre, 60. 
Cos man, Sarah A. 

2 cows, 50 ; dwelling house, Bartley 
st., 1000; barn, 50; land, with 
house, 3-4 acre, 600. 

Counihan, Cornelius . 
Cowdrey, Nathaniel 

Dwelling house. Chestnut st., 1800; 

land, with house, 7500 feet, 850; 

dwelling house Main st., (O) 1400; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 350. 



$ 



$ 



2,200 



175 



4,700 



$ 2 00 
35 2 ° 



2 00 
77 20 



1,000 



5° 



1,650 



4,400 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
18 00 



4 80 



2 00 
2 00 
1.400 24 40 



1,200 21 20 



2,900 48 48 



27 20 



2 00 
72 40 



26 



POLLS AM) ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


c 

— i 


Per- 


Real 

1 s 


Total 






sonal. 


Estate. 


I AX. 


Cowdrey, Waldo E. . 


I 


$ 


$ 7A4° 


$ 12 1 04 


Dwelling house, Spaulding St., 650; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 600; 










dwelling house, Prospect St., 1200; 










barn, 150; land, with buildings, 










1 1-2 acres. 1000; house lot. Pros- 










pect St., 1-4 acre, 200; land, south 










side Prospect St., 9 acres, 3600; 










meadow. Elm St., 2 acres, 40. 










Cox, George .... 


1 


1 75 


3,800 


65 Co 


1 horse, 100 ; 1 carriage, 75 ; dwell- 










ing house, Water St., 2500; stable, 










400 : land, with buildings. 3-16 










acre, 900. 










Cox and Cheever, 




850 




13 60 


Machinery. 600; 2 horses. 150: 










2 wagons, 100. 










Craig, William .... 


1 




900 


l6 40 


Dwelling house, Xahant St., 500; 










land, with house, 1-2 acre, 400. 










( ram. Elmer H. . 


1 






2 OO 


Creagh, John .... 


1 




2,55° 


42 80 


Dwelling house. Melvin st.. No. 1. 










Moo : No. 2, 1400 ; land, with build- 










ings, 2-5 acre, 350. 




* 






Crean, John J. 


1 






2 OO 


Creeden, Daniel .... 


1 






2 OO 


Cressey, John V. . 


1 






2 OO 


Crimmins, Jeremiah 


1 






2 OO 


Crimmins, John .... 


1 






2 OO 


Crocker, Luther .... 


I 




1,600 


27 60 


Dwelling house. Crescent St., 900; 










land, with house, 3-16 acre, 700. 










Crocker, Wilbur C. 


I 


65 


T o75 


28 24 


1 horse, 40 ; 1 carriage, 25 : dwell 










ing house. Church St., 750; stable, 










75 ; land, with buildings, 1-3 










acre, 750. 










Crocker, Frank .... 


I 






2 OO 


Crocker, Alden .... 


I 


35 




2 56 


1 cow, 30 ; 1 swine, 5. 










Crocker. Jeannette , 






1,000 


16 OO 


Dwelling house. Green St., Soo ; 










land, with house, 10,050 feet, 200; 










Crocker, Carl W. 


I 


2 5 




2 40 


Bicycle. 25. 










Cronan, James .... 


I 


30 


1,850 


32 08 


1 cow, 30 : dwelling house, Richard- 











THE TO >\ N OF WAKEFIELD. 



27 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o Per- Real Total 
r I sonal. Estate. Tax. 



"3 acre, 



st.. 900 ; 
600. 



Nahant st., 300; 
:; 1-2 acres, 200. 

• • • 

• • • 

\\ . Chestnut St., 



Vernon st., Soo ; 



son St., 1400 j barn, 100: land, with 
buildings, 1-4 acre. ^50. 
( Iron an, Jeremiah 

Dwelling house. Valley st., 650; 

land, with house. [-3 acre. 165. 
( 'ronan, James 2nd. 
( "ronan. William .... 
( rosby, Abie! .... 

Dwelling house. Summer 

land, with house. 1 
( ! rosby, Frank M. 
( Irosby, John 

Dwelling house, 

land, with house. 
Cr> th 

isb) . Susan A. 

I dwelling house, 

1500 ; land, with house. 1-4 acre, 800. 
( 'row ell. John \V. 

Stuc k in trade, 100 ; 1 horse. 75 : 

wagon, 50. 
( Irowley, ^Catherine 

I dwelling house, 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 250 
Crowley, John 
Crowley, William 
Crowley, Patrick 
Crystal Lake Ice Co. . 

Stock in trade, 600 ; 4 horses, 400 ; 

3 wagons. 200; ice houses, 1000. 
Cuff John, Heirs of 

1 hvelling house, Valley St., 600 ; land, 

with house, 1-8 acre, 50; dwelling 

house, Valley St., (Kelly) 300 ; land, 

with house, 1-7 acre, 50. 
Cuff, Richard .... 
Cunningham, W. H. . 
Curler, James .... 
Curley, Martin J. ... 

Dwelling house, Franklin st., 1250; 

land, with house, 1-8 acre, 350; 1-2 

dwelling house, Traverse St., 300 ; 1-2 

lot, with house, 1-12 acre, 60 ; house 

lot, Nahant st., No. 13, 1-7 acre, 250. 
Curley, Thomas .... 

1-2 house, Mechanic st., 800; 1-2 

Co-op. building, 600 ; 1-2 stable, 200 ; 

1-2 brick block, Main st., 3500 ; land, 



$ 



225 



1,200 



8i5 



r,500 



500 



2,300 



1,050 



1,000 



1,000 



2,210 



8,910 



$ 



15 °4 




£ 


OO 


2 


OO 


26 


OO 


2 


OO 


IO 


OO 


2 


OO 


36 


80 



5 6o 
16 80 

2 00 

2 OO 
2 OO 

35 2 ° 
16 OO 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

37 3 6 



i44 5 6 



28 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMKS AND ESTATES. 




Total 

I AX. 



with buildings, 1-8 acre, 2000; 1-2 
dwelling house, Traverse St., 300 
1-2 land with house, 1-12 acre, 60 
lot 159 Robinson plan, 15,670 feet 
350; lots 160, 161, 162, Robinson 
plan, 3-4 acre, 500 ; land south side 
Albion st., 1 1-8 acre, 600. 

Curley Brothers .... 
Stock in trade, 500 ; 2 horses. 200 ; 
2 wagons, 100. 

Curran, John . . , . 
Dwelling house. Emerald st., 1200: 
land, with house, 1-10 acre, 225 : 
dwelling house, Turnbull ave., 1000; 
land, with house, 1-6 acre, 300. 

Curran, John Jr. . 

Curran, 1 [enry .... 

Curran, Patrick .... 

Curtis, Levi W. .... 

Curtis, ( 'larence 1 i. 

Stock in trade, 500 : 2 horses, 1 75 ; 
2 wagons, 75. 

Cushman, Charles V. . 

Cutler Brothers .... 
Stock in trade, 6500 ; 9 horses. 900 ; 
7 wagons, 400 ; 3 carriages, 200. 

Cutler Brothers Branch 

1 ) welling house, store and shed, 2000 ; 
land, with building, i-S acre, 300; 
stock in trade, 1500 : 2 horses, 200 ; 

2 wagons, 100. 
Cutler, Nathaniel 

Income, 500 ; dwelling house, Eaton 
St., 3500 ; stable, 700 ; land, with build- 
ings, 7-16 acre, 1 600 ; dwelling house 
W. Water st., 2200; dwelling house' 
Main st., 1500; stable, 2500; land' 
with buildings, 5 1-10 acres, io,oco. 

Cutler Fred E. . 

Cutler, Otis M 

Cutter, Isaac M. 

Cutter, William A. 

Stock in trade, 1300 : 2 horses, 150 ; 

3 wagons, 150 ; bicycle, 50. 
Cutter, Clara E. ... 

Dwelling house, "Otis St., 2300 ; land, 
with house, 1-4 acre, 900. 
Currier, A. A. 



$ 



800 



z f 7 z 5 



75° 



8,000 



1,800 2,300 



500 



22,00:; 



1,650 



12 80 



45 6c > 



-> 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


'4 


OO 


2 


OO 


I2<S 


OO 


6S 


60 



362 OO 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

28 40 



3,200 51 20 



44O 4,000 



73 04 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



29 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



Total 

I AX. 



10 cows, 300 : 2 horses, 100; 2 car- 
riages, 40 : dwelling house, Albion 
st., 1300 : barn and sheds, 500 : land, 
with buildings, 16 acres, 2200. 

Currier, Herbert A. 

Cox, George F. 

I >acey, I tennis .... 
1 dwelling house, Melvin st.. 600 ; land, 
with house, 1-4 acre, 200; house lot, 
Valley St., 1-6 acre, So. 

1 Lidley, Isaac X. 

1 ladley. William R. 

1 )adley, Mary M. 

Dwelling house, Forest st., 1000; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 40. 

I >ager, I [aley F. .... 
Dwelling house, Water st., 1900; 
land, with house. 3-16 acre, 900. 

1 lager, James W. 

I )ager, Thomas .... 
4 cows, 120; dwelling house, Salem 
st.. 900; barn, 300: land, with 
buildings. 1 1 -2 acre, 300. 

1 lager, Edward \V. 

Daland, Everett ( i. . 
Stock in trade, 2000. 

Da'and, George A. . 

1 cow. 30 ; dwelling house, School 
st., 1000: barn, 150; land with 
buildings, 3-8 acre, 500 ; land, Court 
St.. 1 -4 acre, 150. BXL 

Daland, Fred'k Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Eaton st., 1000; 

shop, 150; land, with house, 1-4 

acre, 700. 
1 )alev, 1 )ennis .... 

2 horses. 150; 1 carriage, 75; 1 
wagon, 75. 

1 )alev, Richard J. 
Stock in trade, 200. 

I )aniel. George A. ... 
1 cow, 30 ; dwelling house, New Sa- 
lem St., 600 : barn and hennery, 250 ; 
land, with buildings, 1 1-2 acre, 150. 

Daniel, William B. 

Dwelling house, Pearl st., 2100; 
land, with house, 1-10 acre, 450. 

Dalrymple, Horace W. 



$ 



880 



1,040 



2,800 



1.500 



2,000 



30 



[,800 



1,850 



:oo 



200 



3° 



1. 000 



2 »55° 



$ 



2 00 

2 00 

16 08 



2 00 

2 00 

16 64 



46 80 



2 00 

27 92 



2 


00 


34 


00 


3i 


28 



29 60 



6 80 

5 2 ° 
18 48 



42 80 



2 00 



30 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



T3 

O 

r 

■S. 



Per- Real Total 
sonal. i Estate. Tax. 



Darling, David H. 



Income 
cow, 3c 



1000 ; 2 horses, 300 
donkey and cart, 50 



1 
3 



carriages. 



300; furniture, 1000; 
dwelling house, Avon St., 7000 ; sta- 
ble, 1200; land, with buildings, 5-8 
acre, 4000. 

Darling, George H. 

Stock in trade, 500 ; 1 horse, 25. 

Darling, William 

1 )arling, Sarah W. 



Dwelling house, 



land, 



Main 
with 



st., 1200; 
house, 1-5 



25 



mop, 



shed, 25 : 

acre, 175. 
1 )arling, Laurio I). 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 wagon, 

Mechanic St., 360 ; land, with shop, 

2345 feet, 400. 
Darling. William and Laurio D. . 

Stock in trade. 200; 3 dwelling 

houses, Melvin and Bennett sts., 

1 100: land, with houses, 5-16 acre, 

300. 
Davenport, Charles F. 
Davenport, Flora E. . 

Dwelling house, Auburn st., 1250; 

land, with house, 1-8 acre, 500. 
Davis Augustus B. 
Davis. George .... 
Davis, Charles H. . . . 



1 horse, 50 ; 1 carriage, 
in< r house. Park St., 1800 



15 ; d well- 
shop and 

stable, 175; land, with buildings, 
1-4 acre, 850 ; land, south side Rich- 
ardson st., 1-12 acre, 25. 

Davis, Cyrus R. . 

Davis, Henry 2nd. 

Davis, Henry 

Davis, John 

Day, Benjamin I. 

Dwelling house, Gould St., 1400; 
lot 157, Rob. plan, with house, 10,- 
857 feet, 175. 

Day, James A. 
1 horse, 125. 

Davis, H. C. Heirs of . 

Lot, Prospect St., Rob. plan, 1-4 
acre, 200. 



$ 2,680 $1 



2,200 



$240 08 



5 2 5 



75 



1 .400 



200 



75 



I2 5 



700 



1 .400 



L75° 



2,«50 



L575 



200 



10 40 

2 00 
22 40 



14 40 



25 60 



2 


OO 


28 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


48 


80 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

27 20 



4 OO 



3 20 



THE TOWN' OF WAKEFIELD. 



31 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 

i 






o 
r 
[ 

C/5 



Per- Real Total 
sonal. ! Estate. Tax. 



1 lay, John ..... 

i horse, ioo: i carriage, ioo; i 
wagon, 25 : dwelling houses, Cres- 
cent st., No. 1, 2200, No. 2, 1000; 
stable and shed. 200 ; land, with 
buildings, 1-2 acre, 1800; dwelling 
house, Lincoln st.. 800 \ dwelling 
house, rear of Lincoln st., 650 ; land 
with buildings, 1-6 acre, 400; dwell- 
ing house, Spring St., No. 1, 750; 
land with house, [-3 acre, 100; No. 
2. 500 : land with house, 1-8 acre. 
100. 

I )a\ . Mrs. Clara A. . 

Meadow, south side of ice house, 5 
acres. 75 : lot 32, Sargent's plan, 
west side ( Vdar st., 200. 

1 >a\ . I [osea I>. Heirs of 

5l >ck in trade, 500; 5 horses, 250; 
1 cow, 30 ; 1 carriage, 20 ; 2 wag- 
ons, 50 : bakery building. Main st., 
2500; stable, 1000; land, with 
buildings, 1-5 acre, 1800. 

Day, Loring .... 
1 boat, 100. 

1 )ay. L. H. . 

Dwelling house, Vale ave., 4000; 
stable, 700 ; land, with buildings, 
yS acre, 1600. 

Day. Inez J. 

Dwelling house, Cedar St., 2000; 
stable and shed, 150; land, with 
house, 1-3 acre, 700; lots ^^, 34, 
35, 36, Sargent's plan No. 4, 800. 

Deadman, William 

Dwelling house, Church st., 1600; 
shop, 50; land, with buildings, 5-16 
acre, 1000. 

Deadman, William D. . 

Stock in trade, 600 ; 4 horses, 300 ; 
3 swine, 10; 2 carriages, 100; 4 
wagons, 200 ; dwelling house, Yale 
ave., 2200; stable, 500; land, with 
buildings, 1-4 acre, 1400. 

Dean, Charles A. ... 

Stock in trade, 100 ; dwelling house, 
Nahant st., 500 ; barn, 50 ; shop, 
25 ; lot 1. with house, 1 5-8 acre, 



% 225' $ 8,500 $141 60 



2 75 



4 40 



850 



100 



5>3°° 



98 40 



6,300 



1,210 



IOO 



,650 



2,650 



4,100 



3 60 



102 80 



58 40 



44 40 



86 96 



1,200 



22 80 



32 



POLLS AXD ESTATES OP 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



r 1 


Per- 


Real 


Total 




r 1 

CO 

• 


sonal. 


Estate. 


Tax. 


200; lot 2. 1 2-5 acre, 100; lot 3, 










7 4-5 acres, 250 ; lot 4, Sweetser 










plan, 2 1 -10 acres. 75. 










Dean, James W. .... 


I 


$ 120 


$ 1,900 


$ 34 3 2 


4 cows, 120; dwelling house, Eaton 








1 


St., 1000; stable, 100; land, with 










buildings. 5- t 6 acre, 800. 










Dearborn, Stanley K. . 


I 




2.480 


41 68 


Dwelling house, Park st., 1600 ; land, 










with house, 1-6 acre, 800; house 










lot, Valley st., 1-7 acre, 80. 










Dearborn. Nathaniel S. 


1 




3>9°° 


64 40 


Dwelling house, Chestnut St., 2400; 










land, with house, 5-16 acre, 1500. 










1 )ennehy, Ellen .... 






1,45° 


23 20 


Dwelling house, Water St., 1100; 










stable, 100 : land, with buildings, 1-4 










acre. 250. 










Dennett, Mrs. Sarah F. 






3,800 


60 80 


Dwelling house, Franklin st., 2200 ; 










hennery, 160: land, with buildings, 










1 1- 1 6 acre, 1500. 










Dennett, Willie J. 








2 00 


Derby. Jonas 










2 00 


I tennis. William J. 










2 00 


Derby, William . 










2 00 


Deveau, Rammie 










2 00 


1 )e Roach, Henry 










2 00 


Devine, Lawrence 


* 








2 00 


Devlin, James 








35° 


7 60 


I dwelling house, Valley st., 300 : land, 










with house, 50. 










Delfendahl, Clarence S. 








2 00 


Digman, Patrick 


' 






2 00 


Dillon, John .... 






2,000 


34 00 


I ) welling house, Richardson st., 1400; 










land, with house, 1-2 acre, 600. 










Dillon, John 2nd 


T 




• 


2 00 


Dillon, Thomas .... 








2 00 


Dimick, A. I) 








2 00 


Dinan, William .... 








2 00 


Dodge. William J. . ... 








2 00 


Doe, William H., Heirs of . 






1,650 


26 40 


Dwelling house, Cedar St., 1200; 










land, with house, 3-16 acre, 450. 










Dolan, James .... 








2 00 


Dolan, Joseph 








2 00 


Dolan, John W. . 


» • • 








2 00 



THE TOWX OP WAKEFIELD. 



33 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


— 


Per- 


Real 


Total 




r 
¥* 


SONAL. 


Estate. 


TAX. 


I )olliver, Horatio 


1 


$ 


$ 4,000 


$ 66 00 


Dwelling house, Crescent St., 3200; 










land, with house, 1-5 acre, 800. 










1 )onald, E. A. 


I 






2 00 


Donald, George E. 


1 


200 




5 2 ° 


1 horse, [25 ; 1 carriage, 75. 










I lonahoe, Martin 


I 






2 00 


1 lonahoe, Patrick 


I 






2 00 


I )onahoc. Timothy 


I 






2 00 


I tonahoe, I laniel 


I 






2 00 


1 )onahoc, John .... 


I 






2 00 


I )onahoc, Edward 


1 






2 00 


Donovan, John C. 


1 






2 00 


I lonovan, ( 'ornelius 


1 




2,600 


43 6o 


Dwelling house, Could st., 2000; 










land, with house. 9,000 feet, 600. 










1 lonnell, Willard 


1 




1,650 


28 40 


Dwelling house, Charles St.. 1400: 




• 






land, with house, 1-6 acre, 250. 










1 Connelly, Bartholomew 


1 




1,500 


26 00 


Dwelling house, Traverse st., 700; 










land, with house, i 3-4 acre, 800. 










I >onnelly, Cornelius 


1 






2 00 


I Connelly, James J. 


1 






2 00 


Dormidon, John 


I 






2 00 


Downing, Alfred 


1 






2 00 


Downing, John .... 


l 






2 00 


Downing, E. Herbert . 


I 






2 00 


Downs. Patrick .... 


1 


40 


700 


13 84 


1 cow, 30; 2 swine, 10; dwelling 










house, Fitch ct., 500 ; land, with 










house, 1-4 acre, 200. 










Downey, Maurice 


I 






2 CO 


Douglass, Margaret 






1,100 


17 60 


Dwelling house, Broadway, 900 ; land, 










with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 










Doucette, Jeffrey B. 








2 00 


Doucette, Henry 








2 00 


Doucette, John M. 








2 00 


Doucette, Joseph 


1 






2 00 


Doucette, John V. 








2 00 


Doucette, Jeremiah 






1,000 


18 00 


Dwelling house, Hopkins St., 800 ; 










land, with house, 11,000 feet, 200. 










Doucette, Timothy 


1 


60 


i ? 35° 


24 56. 


2 cows, 60 ; dwelling house, Elm st., 










1000 ; barn, 50 ; land, with buildings, 










3 acres, 300. 











34 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


c 

j- 1 


Per- 


Real 


1 OTAL 




r 1 
• 


sonal. 


Estate. 


Iax. 


Doucette, Henry 2nd 


1 


8 


$ 


$ 2 00 


Doucette, Simon C. 


I 






2 00 


Doucette, Isaiah 


I 






2 00 


Dow, Nathaniel H. 


1 


675 


2.450 


52 00 


5 horses, 500 ; 1 carriage, 25 ; 3 










wagons, 150 ; dwelling house, Spauld- 










ing st., 1400; stable and shed, 200; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 800; lot 










63, Everett St., 50. 










Dow, Margaret L. 






3^5° 


50 40 


Dwelling house, Church st., 1400; 










stable, 250 ; land, with house, 3-8 










acre, 1500. 










1 )owe, William H. 


1 






2 00 


Doyle, Cornelius Heirs of . 






9>5°° 


152 00 


Dwelling house, near Stoneham line, 










1200; land, with house, 21 1-2 acn 










3000 ; dwelling house, Vernon st.. 










1500; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 










200 ; dwelling house, Emerald St., 










600 ; land, with house. 1-4 acre, 375 ; 










dwelling house, Lake St., 700; land, 










with house, 1-4 acre, 200: dwelling 










house, Broadway, 400 ; shed, 25 : 










land, with house, 1-2 acre. 200 ; land, 










Traverse >t., 1-3 acre, 200; house 










lot. Bartley st.. 7-8 acre, 300 ; wood- 










land, Oak st., 10 acres, 200; house 










lots, Broadway, 1 3-4 acre, 400. 










Doyle, 1 tennis J. ... 








2 00 


Doyle, James .... 








2 00 


Doyle, John .... 








2 00 


Doyle, Llewellyn 








2 00 


Drake, Nathan L. . . . 






L125 


20 00 


Dwelling house, Myrtle ave., 700 ; 










barn, 125 ; land, with buildings, 2 










acres, 300. 










Draper, James H. 


I 






2 00 


Draper, Rufus F. 


I 




300 


6 80 


Land, Elm st., 1-2 acre, 300. 










Draper, Rufus F., Jr. . 


I 






2 00 


-Draper, Francis .... 


I 






2 00 


Draper, Harry S. 


I 






2 00 


Draper, Sarah E. 






3,000 


48 00 


Dwelling house, Linden st., 2300 ; 










land, with house, 28,170 feet, 700. 










Driver, James .... 


I 




2,100 


35 60 


Dwelling house, Pleasant st., 1500; 











TILE TOWN OF WAKKFIELD. 



35 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



land, with house, 1-7 acre, 600 

I )rugan, 1 tennis . 

Drugan, John 

Drurw ( lharles 1). 

2 cows, 60 ; dwelling house, Salem 
st., 700 : barn, 100 ; land, with 
buildings, 4 1-2 acres, 350; lots 1, 
6, 8, 10, n, 12, north side of Salem 
street, \ 1-4 acres, 500. 

I trugan, Stephen .... 

Dudley, Dean .... 
1 cow, 30 ; dwelling house. Walton 
St., 700; barn, 100; land, with 
buildings, 3 acres, 400 ; lots 25 to 
2 9> 38, 39, 40, Slater's plan No. 2, 
ith side Salem St., 16 acres, 400; 
tillage land, 1 1 -2 acre, 150. 

1 Dudley, Frank W. 

Duffey, Robert . 

Dwelling house, Brook ave., 500; 
land, with house, 1-8 acre, 125 

Duffey. fames 

I )ugan, William . 

Duhig, Michael . 

Dulong, John 

1 )ulong, Raymond 

Duncan, Charles . 

Dunham, Fred E. 

I hvelling house, Greenwood ave., 
1400: lot 422 part of 423, with 
house, 5000 ft.. 350. 

Dunn, Thomas 

Dunn, Charles H. 

Dunshee, Allen L. 

Dunshee, Henry . 



1 cow. 



30. 



machinery 



horse, 



Dunshee, Carl E. 
Dunbar, George E. 

Stock in trade, 100 
Da par, James 
Dwyer, Thomas E. 

Stock in trade, 450 

wagon, 20; lot 21, 

9,750 feet, 200. 
Dykeman, Gilbert H. . 
Daniel, James .... 

Land, so. side Salem St., 2 acres, 150. 
Eager, George B, 



Sprin 



400. 



30; 
ave., 



S 



60 



10 



1,650 



i,75° 



30 



500 



500 



625 



i.75° 



200 



*S° 



Total 

Tax. 



2 00 

2 00 

29 36 



2 00 
10 48 



2 


00 


12 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


3° 


00 



2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


4 s 


2 


00 


10 


00 


2 


00 


13 


20 



2 00 
4 40 

2 co 



36 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



- 

C/3 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Iax. 



700 



1 car- 



Eager, John Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Bennett st. 

land, with house, 1 acre, 600. 
Eager, Philip 
Eastman, Irving L. 
Eames, Joshua 

Money, 5000 ; 1 horse, 100 ; 

riage, 60 ; dwelling house, Chestnut 

St., 2700: stable and carriage house. 

1000; blacksmith's shop, 300; land. 

with buildings. 1-2 acre, 8000. 
Eaton, Mrs. Ann E. 

Dwelling house. Main St., 2700; 

land, with house, 1-2 acre, 1600. 
Eaton, Chester W, 

Stock in trade, moo; machinery, 

1000; lots 66. 102. part of OS. Rob. 
plan, 3-4 acre, 300 ; lot. Valley St., 
1-6 acre, 50 ; lot, Turabull ave., 

3-16 acre. zoo. 

Eaton, Eunice 1 leirs of 

Dwelling house, cor. Salem and 
Main sts., 2100; land, with house, 
5-16 acre, 1 900. 

Eaton, Henry .... 
Dwelling house, Lawrence st., 800 ; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 000. 

Eaton, Hiram .... 
Dwelling house. Main ->t.. 2000 : 
stable, 200 : land, with buildings. 
1-4 acre, 1000. 

Eaton, 1 )avid M. 

1 horse, 75 : 2 carriages, 100; dwell- 
ing house, School St., 650 : barn, 1 25 ; 
hennery, 50: land, with buildings, 
3-4 acre, 725. 

Eaton, Edward .... 
Dwelling house, Main st.. 1000 : land, 
with house, 1-6 acre, 200 : lot Main 
st., 1-4 acre, 150. 

Eaton, Joseph G. 

Eaton, Harriet L. 

Dwelling house, Mainst., 1600 ; land, 
with house, 5-16 acre, 800. 

Eaton, Everett W. 

Stock in trade, 2000 ; 3 horses, 250 ; 
1 carriage, 50 ; 2 wagons, 100 ; dwell- 
ing house, Railroad st., 1900 ; barn, 



$ 1,300 $ 20 80 



5,160 1 2.000 



2.000 



'75 



2,400 



1.000 



1,700 



3,200 



2,400 



2 00 

2 00 

276 56 



4,300 68 80 



550 42 So 



64 00 



2() 20 



53 2 ° 



1.550 29 60 



i,35° 2 3 60 



2 00 
3 8 4o 



6,880 150 48 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



37 



\ W11 S AND ESTATES. 



Per- 



R EAL 



h sonal. Estate. 



land, with buildings, 1-5 acre, 
1 100: dwelling house. Walker Ter- 
race, 2300; land, with house. 13,141 

feet, 1 : lot. Railroad st.. 200 ; 

north part lot 80, Robinson's plan, 

1 3 a< re, 100 ; house lot, Melvin m.. 

1 -4 Sere, ; 
l tti 'it. 1 -■■ >rge W. 

ck in trade, 600 ; 1 horse, 40 : 1 

w igon, 50. 
1 tton, [saac 1-'. .... 

Stock in trade, 500; 1 horse, 75; 
5, 100 : dwelling house, 

Charles p>o ; Stable, 250: land. 

with buildings, 5-16 ai re. 500 ; dwell- 
ing house, Main St., 1 200 ; land, with 
house, [-10 ac re. 100 : house lot, 

Sargent's plan. No. 3, 1-4 acre, 130. 
I iton, E. Maria & Leatherbee, Sarah A. 

Woodland, Wile\ st.. 20 3-4 acres, 

[» 

I 1 >n, M irietta I . . 
Dwelling house, Albion st.. 1400; 
Stable, 200: land, with house, 1-5 
a< re. 1000 : woodland near. Oak St., 

• 75« 
>u. John S. 

Dwelling house. Salem >t., 2200; 
land, with house. 5-16 acre, 1000. 

Eaton. 1 .illey I leirs of 

Dwelling house, cor. Main and Dark 
sts.. 2300 : stable, 300 : land, with 
buildings. ^-16 acres, 1800; wood- 
land. .\sii Swamp. 4 acres, 100. 

1 iton, Levi B. . 

1 horse, 40 ; 2 cows, 60 ; 2 carriages, 
50; dwelling house, Main st., (G) 
1 300 ; stable and shoe shop, 500 ; 
hennery, 50 ; land, with buildings, $-S 
acre. 700 : dwelling house, Main St., 
900 ; stable, 200 : land, with build- 
ings. 1-4 acre, 300 ; dwelling house. 
Main St., 1100; land, with house, 
1-2 acre, 150; dwelling house, cor. 
Main and ( )ak sts., 1200 ; stable, 100 ; 
land, with buildings, 1-2 acre. 800; 
meadow. ( )ak st., 4 acres, 60 ; wood- 
land north of Oak st., 7 acres, 140. 



690 



I 



Total 
Tax. 



13 °4 



675 4,580 86 08 



1,000 16 00 



2,675 4 2 So 



3,200 53 20 



4.500 72 00 



150 7,500 124 40 



38 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o 

— 



Per- 
sonal. 



Eaton. Noah Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Eaton St., 800 ; land, 

with house, 1-5 acre, 900. 
Eaton, Noah M. ... 

1-2 dwelling house, Park st.. 700: 

land, with house, 1-10 acre, 350. 
Raton, Victor .... 

house, Park st.. 700; 



1-2 dwelling 



J5 



o. 



land, with house, 1-10 acre, 

Eaton, Walter H. 

Eaton, Walter S. 

Eaton, Willard ( r. 

Eaton Will E. 

Eaton, William IE 

Edgecomb, Charles 

Edgett, Alfred 

Edgett, VV. H. . 

Edmonds, Rodney 

1 horse, 25 ; 1 cow, 30 : 1 swine. 10 : 
1 wagon. 25. 

Edson. Frank A. 

Dwelling house, (G) 1300: hennery, 
50 ; land, cor. Main and Marion Ct., 
25.735 ft., lots 7. 8 and 9, 750. 

Edwards, Charles 

Edwards, Mrs. John 

Dwelling house. Traverse St., No. 1, 
Soo ; shop, 50: No. 2. 500: land, 
with houses, 1 1-2 acre, 650: dwell- 
ing house east of Traverse St., No. 
3, 1500; No. 4, 1 100; land, with 
houses, 7-16 acre, 400. 

Eldridge, Everett I). . 

Eldridge, Henry A. . 

Eldridge, Carrie E. 

Dwelling house, Nahant St., 1300; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 350. 

Eldridge. Christopher C. . , 

Dwelling house, Myrtle ave., 750; 



stable, 50 ; land, 
acre, 250. 



with buildings. 



1-4 



El kins, Charles M. 

Dwelling house, Albion St., 1200; 

land, with house, 1-8 acre, 550. 
Elliott. Milledge 
Elliot, Walter .... 

Lot of land. Birch Hill ave., 6000 

feet, 300. 



$ 







$ 1,700 5 27 20 



1,050 18 80 



1,050 »i8 80 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 

2 00 

3 44 



2,100 35 60 



2 00 
5,000 80 00 



1,650 



1,050 



i,75° 



300 



2 00 

2 00 

26 40 



18 80 



30 00 



2 00 
6 80 



THE TOWX OF WAKEFIELD. 



3S> 



\ XMLS AND ESTATl S. 



- 

r 
7 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

1 AX. 



Elwell, Charles .... 
Emerson, ( lharles S. 

i 2 dwelling house. Lake ave., 1500 ; 

land, with house, 3-16 acre, 750. 
Emerson, ( 'hark-- S. Jr. 
Emerson, E. Eugene . 

1 boat, jo ; dwelling house, Main st., 

4000 ; land, with house, 2-3 acre. 3500. 
Emerson, Fred'k 

Dwelling house. Church st.. Noo ; 

stable, 100 : land, with buildings. 1-4 

acre, 700. 
Emerson, Frank II . 

Stock in trade. 1500; 1 boat. 75. 

Emerson, I toward 

Dwelling house. Main St., 2200; 
sheds, 5<>: land, with house, 1-4 



acre, 1 250. 



Emerson, I [ugh R. 
Emerson, James Edw. 

Land,, ea^i side Cedar st., 3 1-2 acres, 

4500 ; tillage land, east of Elm st., 
3-4 acre, 300 ; tillage land, north of 
Elm st.. 2 \-2 acres, 350. woodland, 
Ash Swamp. 1 acre, 25 ; meadow, 
near Reading line, 1 acre 25. 

Emerson, Joseph 

Factory building. Valley st.. 400; 
land, south of Water st., 2 1-6 acres, 
450. 

Emerson, Mrs. Joseph 

1 dwelling house, Valley st., 900 ; shop, 
50 : land, with building. 3-4 acre, 
2^0 ; lot, Valley St., 1-4 acre, 100; 
lot, Valley st., 3-8 acre, 120. 

Emerson, James F. 
Income, 1000. 

Emerson, Thomas and James F. . 
Land, north side of Wave ave., 13,- 
000 feet, 900 ; land, east side Pleas- 
ant st., 8,040 feet, 500 ; land cor. 
Pleasant st., and Wave ave., 77,527 
feet, 3500 ; narrow strip of land, 
north side of Wave ave., 1000. 

Emerson, John H. 

Dwelling house, Lafayette st., 1000; 
shop, 50 ; land, with buildings, 3-5 
acre, 1000. 



1 
1 



$ 



20 



'•5 75 



1,000 



2,250 



7,5°° 



1,600 



O' 



500 



5,200 



850 



T,S20 



5>9 00 



2,050 



$ 2 OO 

3 8 °° 



2 OO 
122 32 



2 7 60 



27 20 
^<S OO 



2 OO 
85 20 



15 60 



29 12 



l8 OO 

94 40 



4 So 



40 



POLLS AXD ESTATES OF 



NAMES AXD ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



Total 

1 AX. 



Emerson, Lois B. B. . 

i cow, 30 : dwelling house, Cedar 
St., 800; barn, 100; land, with 
buildings, 3 1-2 acres, 2500; pas- 



3. 
ture, west ot Cedar St., 1 1-4 acre, 

1000: woodland, Nahant st., 12 

acres, 200. 

Emerson, Thomas 

1 horse, 75 ; 1 carriage, 75 : dwell- 
ing house, Lawrence St., (unf'tl) 
3000 ; land, with house, 1700. 

Emerson, Thomas' Sons 

Stock m trade, 15,000 : machinery, 
3000 ; shoe factory, Main st., 4000 ; 
shed, 25 ; land, with buildings, 1-5 
acre, 1600. 

Emerson, Walter 

Emerson, (ieorg? I). . 

Emery, Mary E. .... 
Lots 4, 5, 6, 7 and 9, Sargent's plan, 
1850, 1 1-2 acre, 300; 2-3 lot 3, 
Sargent's plan, 7000 feet, 50. 

Emery, Albert T. 

1 horse, 75 ; 2 carriages, 150; dwell- 
ing house, Myrtle ave., 1700: stable 
and shed, 400 ; land, with buildings, 
1-3 acre, 300; lot C. Low's plan, 
1-4 acre, 200 ; lot 14, Sargent's plan, 
1850, 13,612 feet, 100. 

Emery, William S. . . . 

Emmons, Dimon Heirs of . 

2 dwelling houses, Main St., 1800; 
land, with houses, 1-8 acre, 450. 

Emmons, D. T. Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Main st., 1600; 
land, with house, 1-6 acre, 550. 

Emmons, Ereeman 

Income, 500 ; dwelling house, Main 
St., 1400: land, with house, 1-6 
acre, 565; house lot 51, Aborn's 
plan, 1-4 acre, 35 ; house lot, west 
side of Main st., 1-4 acre, 1000. 

Erksom, August .... 

Etheridge, Thomas J. . 

Eustis, Henry W. 

Dwelling house, Eustis ave., 1600; 
land, with house, lot 13, 13,640 feet, 
120; lot No. 2, Eustis' Plan, 14,413 



t 3° 



5 4,600 $ 74 08 



! 5« 



4-7°° 



--5 



35o 



2,700 



500 



2,250 



2,150 



3,000 



2,500 



79 60 



18,000 5,625 37S 00 



2 00 
2 00 
^ 60 



48 So 



2 00 
36 00 



34 40 



58 00 



2 00 

2 00 

42 00 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



41 



NAMES AND ESTATJ - 




:t, 285 : part lot 22, 250; lot 28, 

21.205 feet, 100; lot 33, 36,014 

feet, 125. 

Eustis, I larry W. .... 
Eustis, Mrs. James 

Dwelling house, Elm St., 1300; land, 

with building, 1-2 acre, 400. 
Evans, Asaph 1 leirs of 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 500; 

stable, i<h>: land, with buildings, 

3 1 6 a< re, 700. 
ns, i harlotte N. 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 2200: 

land, with house, 1-4 a< re, 800. 

I . ans, ( lharles A. 

Dwelling house, Otis St., 900 ; stable, 
500; land, with buildings, 1-5 acre, 
800. 

1 .\ ans, 1 )aniel .... 
Dwelling house, Oak St., 500 j land, 
with house, 25,500 feet, 100. 

Evans. George \Y. Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Salem st, 1700; 
stable and shed, 300: land, with 
buildings, 3-4 acre, 1600. 

Evans, George .... 

Evans, Harvey 15. 

Stock in trade, 14,000; 2 horses, 
150 : 2 carriages, 75 ; 1 wagon, 25 ; 
dwelling house, Salem St., 2200; 
barn, 600 ; shed, 50 ; land, with 
buildings, 1 1-2 acre, 1500; shop, 
south side of Salem St., 1500; land, 
with shop, 1-7 acre, 500; dwelling 
house, south side Salem St., 1100; 
land, with house, 1-16 acre, 650; 
woodland. Water St., 8 acres, 150. 

Evans, Montello C. 

2 horses, 150; 8 cows, 240; 1 car- 
riage, 50: 1 wagon, 25; dwelling 
house, Pearl st, 1900 ; 2 barns, 350; 
land, with buildings, 1-4 acre, 900; 

Evans, James M. Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Salem st., 1500; 
shed and barn, 75 ; land, with build- 
ings, 1-4 acre, 800; tillage land, 
Vernon st., 2 1-2 acres, 425 ; pasture 



$ 



1.700 



1,300 



14,250 



465 



3,000 



600 



8,250 



3>i5° 



3,100 



Total 

1 AX. 



2 OO 
27 20 

20 80 



48 OO 



2,200 37 20 



I I 60 



3,600 57 60 



2 OO 

362 OO 



59 84 



49 60 



42 



POLLS AM) ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



5 Per- 

'- SONAL 



adj., i 3-4 acre, 275 ; meadow, adj.. 

3-4 acre, 25. 
Evans, Lucy .... 

Money, 2500. 
Evans, William ( ). 
Evans, Thomas H. 
Evarts, Noah R. . 

Boat, 50. 
Evarts, Ruth A. . 

Dwelling house, Vale ave., 2100; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre. 1400; 
Ewing, Edward E. 
Edgett, Margaret I. . 

Dwelling house, Greenwood ave., 

(nnf'd) 700; lots 347, 348, with 

house, 6000 feet, 400. 
Fairbanks, 1 >avid S. 

Dwelling house, Salem >t., 1000: 

ham, 100: land, with buildings, 1-5 

acre, 450. 
Fairbanks, James M. . 
Fairbanks, Elizabeth J. 

Dwelling house, Pearl st, >j land, 

with house, 1 -10 acre. 450. 
Fairbanks, Zephaniah . 
Fairbanks, Katie .... 

Dwelling house, Charles St., ioo< 

land, with house, 1-4 acre. 3* 
Farrington, Patrick F. . 
Earwell. James W. 

Dwelling house, Eawrence St., 1500; 

land, with house, 1-6 acre, 600. 
Fay, Henry .... 

Dwelling house, Salem ^t.. Soo : ham 

and shop, 50 ; land, with buildings, 

1 1-2 acre, 200. 
Fay, Michael 
Fay, Patrick 

1 cow, 30. 
Fay, Joseph 

Finn, John .... 
Finney, Lester K. 
Firman, Butler W. 
Firman. Mrs. C. A. 

Dwelling house, Bryant St., 1400; 

shed, 25 ; land, with buildings, 1-8 

acre, 500. 
Fish, (ieorge E. . 



1 

: 



1 



1 

1 



Rial Total 
Estate. Tax. 



$ 



2.500 



;o 



30 



1 . 100 



1.250 



1,300 



J >9 2 5 



$ 



40 00 

2 00 
2 00 
2 80 



3,500 56 00 



2 00 
1 7 60 



1,550 26 80 



2 00 
20 00 



2 00 
20 60 



2 00 

2,I( 35 CO 



1,050 [8 80 



2 


00 


2 


48 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


3° 


80 



2 OO 



THE TOWN OF WAKKFIKLT). 



43 



NAMES AND ESTAj ES. 


Polls. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Rial 
Estate. 


Total 

1 AX. 


Fisher, ( !harles II. 


1 


$ 


$ T,200 


> 2 1 20 


Dwelling house, Green St., 1000; 










land, with house, 200, 










Fisher, i t A. 
Dwelling house, Murray St., [600; 
land, with house, 5716 acre, 800. 


i 




2,400 


40 40 


Fitts, Levi F, .... 


1 






2 OO 


Fitzgerald, Thomas 


1 






2 OO 


Flagg, I 1 ; run 11. . 


1 


200 


3.400 


59 6o 


1 h >WS, 50 : .: <\inia_ 










75 : dwelling house, Main st., 1400; 
2 stables and sheds, $00 ; land, with 










buildings, 7 acres, 800; meadow 

and woodland. 20 acres, 300; wood- 










land. Mam St., 3 a< res. 300 : tilla. 

land, Lowell st., 3 . 300. 
Flanders, Levi .... 
Dwelling house. Franklin st., ::oo; 


1 




2,600 


43 6o 


land, with house. 1-5 acre, 400. 










Flanders, I [annah I [eirs of . 






9OO 


14 40 


Dwelling house-, Spaulding St., 400; 

land, with house, 7-30 acre. 500. 

Flanders, Philip J. 
Flanders, Wilber II.. 
Flanley, John .... 
Stock in trade. 800 \ horse, 60; 


1 
1 
1 


885 




2 00 

2 OO 

16 16 


wagon, 25. 
Flanley, Michael Heirs of . 

Dwelling house. Railroad St., 800; 
barn, 50: land, with buildings, lots 






5,000 


80 OO 


146 to 151 and 153 to 157 inclusive, 
N. E. Ice Go's plan, 2 3-16 acres, 
1100; dwelling house, Centre st., 
1000 ; dwelling house, Centre St., 
No. 2, 1300 ; land, with buildings, 










i-4 acre, 750. 
Fleming, John .... 
Floyd, Mary .... 

Dwelling house, Yale ave., 2500; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1400. 
Flint, Harriet N. ... 

R. R. Bonds, 13,000; town bonds, 


1 


17,000 


3,900 
10,700 


2 OO 

62 40 
443 2 ° 


2000 : money, 2000 ; dwelling house, 
Main st., 1600; barn, 800; shed, 










100 ; land, with buildings, 1 3-4 










acre, 3600 ; pasture adj., 10 1-4 
acres, 1650 ; woodland adj., 12 acres, 
800 ; lot, northwest cor. Main and 











44 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



c 
r 



Ter- 
SONAL. 



Real 

Estate. 



Total 

I AX. 



i 200 : 
37> 44, 



dwell- 



Charles sts., 1-3 acre, 700; house 
lot, north side Charles St., 1-6 acre, 
200 ; 2 house lots, north side Charles 
st., 1-3 acre, 400; 2 house lots, 
south side Charles St., 1-3 acre, 600 : 
lot, Charles St., 1-7 acre, 250. 

Flint, Albert \V. .... 
Bicycle, 60. 

Flint, Luther W. Jr. 
Bicycle, 75, 

Flint, Luther \V. .... 
Dwelling house. Green st.. 
land, with house, lots 29, 30, 
45, 46, 47, 2 1-4 acres, 500. 

Flint, Silas IV. 
Horse, 100; 2 carriages, 125 
ing house, Main St., 1600 ; stable, 300; 
Kind, with buildings, 1-2 acre, 300 ; 
dwelling house, west side Mam st., 
1600 ; land, with house 1-4 acre. 125 ; 
lot 27, Sargent's plan No. 3, u.000 
feet, 75 ; lots 61 and 62. Sargent's 
plan No. 3, 1-2 acre, 200: dwelling 
house, Main st., ( Cordon ) Soo : 
land, with house, 4 acres, 1000. 

Flockton, Benjamin C. 

Flockton, Benjamin A. 

Florence, A. J. 

Floyd, Stephen Heirs of 

Dwelling house, School st., 
land, with house, 1 acre. 700. 

Floyd, George (i. 

Land, Hubbard st., 1-2 acre, 400. 

Floyd, Isaac G. . 

1 horse, 100; 3 cows, 105; 1 wag- 



1500 



on. 25 



carnage, 



;o ; barn, Cen- 



1 

tral st., 150; woodland, east side- 
Railroad st., 6 acres, 75 ; meadow, 
(Brown) 1 acre, 25. 

Flynn, John .... 

1 horse, 50 ; wagon, 2^ : dwelling 
house, Fitch ct., 1200; barn, 100; 
land, with buildings, 3-4 acre, 250. 

Flynn, Thomas .... 
Dwelling house, Albion st., 400 ; 
land, with house, 1-2 acre, 300. 

Fogg, Lewis .... 
Dwelling house, Lowell St., 450; 



$ 



Co 



75 



$ 



225 6,000 



260 



j. .200 



400 



700 



2 96 



20 



1,700 29 20 



101 60 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

35 2 ° 



8 40 



250 10 16 



75 L55°' 28 °° 



13 20 



i .000 1 8 00 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



45 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


c 

• 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Total 

I AX. 


shop. 50; land, with buildings, 5 t-2 
acres, 400 ; meadow land, Montrose, 




- 


$ 


$ 


7 aci : Allen lot, 2 acres. 25. 










1 oley, James .... 
Foley, John .... 


1 
1 






2 OO 
2 OO 


1 ' iev. Ji >hn J. in;' 

Folej . Mi« hael .... 
1 dwelling h< • Melvin St., 700 ; 


1 
1 




780 


2 OO 
14 48 


land, with house, 1 -8 a< re, 80. 
Foley, Michael 2nd 

Dwelling house, Centre st.. 800; 
shop, 15; land, with house, 1-4 


1 




1,815 


31 °4 


a< re, n x 
Foley, Patrick J. . 
Fole) . John J. 
Folsom, ( lharles W. . 

rd, 1 harles R. . 




35 




2 OO 

2 OO 
2 OO 
2 56 


( \)w, 30 ; swine, 5. 
Ford, Albert 11.. 








2 OO 


Ford, Edward .... 








2 OO 


Fortner, 1 .ouis B. 








2 OO 


Foster, Aaron .... 






3,000 


5° 00 


Dwelling house, Vernon St., 1250; 










barn, 200; shop, 100; land, with 
buildings, 1 acre, 250: tillage land 










east of Vernon St., 41-2 acres 375 ; 

pasture, woodland and meadow, adj., 
16 acres, 800; meadow, near Lynn- 










field line, 2 acres, 25. 
>ter, Caleb Heirs ot 






3,000 


48 OO 


2 dwelling houses, Main St., 1850; 
shop and shed, 50 ; land with build- 










ings, 3-4 acre 1 100. 
Foster, Isaac S. Heirs of 






3,000 


48 OO 


Dwelling house, Lawrence St., 1500; 










land, with house, 1-2 acre, T500. 










Foster, Harry .... 
Land, Dix meadow, 1 acre, 40. 

Foster, Caroline F. 

Dwelling house, Avon St., 1800 ; sta- 
ble, 200; land with buildings, 5-16 


1 




40 
3,200 


2 64 
51 20 


acre, 1200. 
Fourtin, John D. 
Fourtin, Edmund R. P. 
Fourtin Adeline .... 

Dwelling house, Crescent ct., 2200; 

land, with house, 2-5 acre, 1200. 
Fowler, J. David .... 


1 
1 

1 




3,400 


2 OO 
2 OO 

54 40 
2 00 



46 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o 

r 
r 
x 



Per- 

SONAL. 



Frazer, Harry .... 
Frazer, William .... 
Francis, E. Henry 
Freeman, Benj. Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Main St., 2400; 

land, with house, 1-2 acre, 2000. 
Freeman, G. Walter 
French, Luther P>. 
Frick, George .... 

Dwelling house, Spring ave., 1100; 

land, part of lot 15, Merrill's plan, 

14.050 feet, 200. 
Frost, William H., 

Dwelling house, Avon ct., 550 ; land, 

with house, 1-5 acre, 650. 
Fuller, Lusanna B. 

Dwelling house, Wave ave., 3800 ) 

land, with house, 13,282 feet, 900. 
Funk, Charles 
Furber, Ward C. . 
Furze, John 
Fuller, Elias J. 
Gaffey, Thomas Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Bennett st 

land, with house, 1-2 acre 
Gaffey, John B. . 
( rammons, Edward J. . 
Gammons, Herbert W. 
Gammons, Polly A. 

Dwelling house, Albion st., 1200 

land, with house, 5-8 acre, 350 
( iammons, Orhndo M. 

Dwelling house, Birch Hill ave., 

2000: lot No. 19, Hood's plan, 

6666 feet, 300. 
Garraty, James F. 

Dwelling house, 

land, with house, 1-6 acre, 600. 
Gardner, Charles A. 
Gardner, Ella M. 

Dwelling house, Lafayette st., 2400 ; 

land, with house, 3-16 acre, 1200; 

dwelling house, Main St., 1800; 

stable, 200 ; land, with buildings, 3 

acres, 2700 ; woodland, near Oak St., 

10 acres, 200. 
Gardner, John .... 
Garside, William .... 



1 .•) 



00 



8*0 



^ 



Park st., 2400 ; 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Lax. 



$ 2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

4,400 70 40 



2 00 
2 00 

22 80 



1.300 



1.200 



4,700 



1,15° 



L55° 



2,300 



3,000 



8,500 



2 1 20 



75 -° 



2 


OO 


1 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


i,S 


40 


2 


OO 


2 


00 


2 


OO 


24 


80 



•8 80 



;o 00 



2 00 
136 00 



1,000 



2 00 

i.S 00 



THE TOWN OF WAKKKIKI,!). 



47 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 





Per- 


Real 
Estate. 


Total 
Lax. 




r 1 

• 


sonal. 


Dwelling house, Nahant St., 800; 




$ 


$ 


$ 


land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 










(latcs. Stephen M. 




-55 


1,400 


28 48 


2 horses, 200; cow, 25 ; swine, 10; 










wagon, 20 : dwelling house. Green St., 










1000 ; barn, 300 ; lot 58, Sargent's plan 










of 1858, with house, 1-4 acre, 100. 










( i ites, VVilloughby 


1 






2 00 


( iates, ( *\ru> s. . 


1 






2 00 


1 ! ites, I [avelock .... 


1 






2 00 


1 ites. James A. ... 


I 




1,100 


19 60 


Dwelling house, Highland st., 550 ; 










shop, 50 ; land, with buildings, 1-2 










acre, ^00. 








* 


Gay, Elmer .... 


I 






2 00 


Gerry, Ellen .... 






1,050 


16 80 


Dwelling house, Turnbull ave., 800; 










land, with house, 250. 










Gibbons, Arthur .... 


I 






2 00 


Gibbons, Thomas 


I 






2 00 


Gibson, Mary E. .... 






300 


4 80 


House lot, Cedar Mill ave., 10,621 










feet, 300. 










(iibson, Frank L. ... 


1 






2 00 


Gilson, Harris L. 


1 




3,200 


53 2 ° 


Dwelling house, Pleasant St., 2250; 










shed, 50; land, with buildings, 3-7 










acre, 900. 










Gihon, Edward .... 


I 






2 00 


Gihon, Edward J. 


I 






2 00 


Gilbert, Howard .... 


I 






2 00 


( iilman, Charles L. 


I 






2 00 


Gilman, George K. 


1 




300 


6 80 


Lot, Charles st., 1-4 acre, 300. 










(iilman, Francena J. 






3,000 


. 48 00 


Dwelling house, Main st.. 2000; 










barn, 400 ; land, with buildings, 2 










acres, 600. 










Oilman, Joseph M. . 


I 


150 




4 40 


1 horse, 75 ; 1 carriage, 75. 




' 






Glass, Alexander .... 


1 


160 


2,200 


39 76 


1 horse, 75 ; 2 cows, 50 ; 2 swine, 










10; 1 carriage, 25 ; dwelling house, 










Green st., 1 200 ; stable and henner- 










ies, 300; land, with buildings, 1 1-2 










acre, 350 ; land, east side Green st., 










1 acre, 250; land, south of Oak st., 










31-2 acres, 100. 











48 



POLLS AX1) ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



- 

o 
r 
p 

C/3 



Per- 
sonal. 




Total 

Tax. 



Glass, Mrs. Marx- 
House lots 63, 64, 68, Sargent's plan 
of 1858, 2 1-2 acres, 300. 

(ileason, Thomas P. Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Emerald St., 1000: 
land, with house, 1-16 acre, 200. 

Gleason, Edward U. 

Glidden, Joseph . 

Glynn, John 

( rlynn, .Martin 

4 

Godfrey. Frank . 
( rodfrey, Warren II. 

Stock in trade. 200; 3 horses, 150; 
2 wagons, 60 ; 1 buggy, 50; dwell- 
ing house, ( lordis St., woo ; barn, 
200; land, with buildings, [-3 acre, 
600: store building, Centre St., 3< 

( rodfrey, Robert .... 

Godfrey, Thorn 

( k)dfrey, ( reorge .... 
Dwelling house, Melvin st., 5 

land, with house. 1-7 acre, IO0 : lot. 

Melvin st., 6770 feet, 100. 
( roldsmith, Asa V . 
( ioldsmith, I lenry L. . 

1 1 >rse, 100 ; cow, 30 ; wagon, 20 : 

dwelling house, Salem St., 850 : Sta- 
ble, 400 : land, with buildings, 8 3-4 
acres, 1700: woodland. <>>uth side 
Br. R. I!., 3-4 acre, 50. 

( ioldsmith. Mary 1 

I dwelling house, Salem St., 1 50 ; land, 
with house, 1-4 acre. 100. 

( roodhue, Addison 

( roodhue, Addison Jr. . 

( roodhue, William E. . 

( roodhue, James P. . 

( roodwin, Uert .... 

Goodwin, Michael E. . 
Meadow. Railroad st 

( roodwin, Mary A. 

Dwelling house. Maple st.. 1400; 
land, with house. 7000 feet, 300. 

Goodwin, Albert (i. 

Horse, 75 : carriage, 50. 

(iordon, Silas \V . 

Horse, 100 : carriage, 50. 



4 acres, 1 25 



$ 



% 300 



1,200 



$ 4 So 



19 20 



460 2.000 



150 



2 


00 


2 


00 


-' 


00 




00 


a 


00 


41 


3* 



75° 



"5 



-5° 



125 

1,700 



2 00 

2 00 

14 00 



2 00 
52 40 



4 00 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

4 00 

27 20 



4 00 
4 40 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



40 



NAMES AND ESTA'l i 



Per- 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Tax. 



( iorham, Char] 

Cow, 50; 'dwelling house, Lowell st., 
I- < ■ . stable, ion ; land, with build- 

50. 
1 aid, Abraham .... 
1 h< >rse, 25 : 2 < ows, 60 ; 2 car- 
dwelling house, Salem 
st., 1800; bam and slaughter nous 
: land, with buildings, 3-5 acre, 
►o : pasture adj., 4 acres, 200 ; 
uth side Salem St., 5 a< 

and woodland, ^outh 
le Salem St., 1 2 a< 1 50, 
1 >uld, ( Clarissa .... 
Pa I ■ »uld ^t.. 1 1 2 acre, v 

land. I ake ;oo \ wood- 

land, east "i < \n en St., ; . 300. 

I mid. Mary I leirs of . 

I and. Salem st.. 4 1 2 a< res, 500. 
( lould, John ( '. . 
( .mill!. Thomas .... 
I (welling house, Salem St., 000 ; shop, 
. land, with buildings, 1-4 acre, 
ham. north side Salem St., 1 75 ; 
land, w ith barn, 1 i-a acre, 1 50. 
( lould, Mark F. • • • 

Horse, 75 ; 2 wagons, 50; dwelling 
ho: Main St., (G) 1 200 ; barn. 

(m .0 ; shed, 100 ; land, with build- 

383. 3 8 4i 14*805 
feet, 600. 
l iould, William II. 

I 'welling house, Salem St., 450 ; land, 

with house, ; -4 acre, 60. 
( iowen, Franklin A. 

Dwelling house, Lafayette St., 1500: 

Stable, 300 ; land, with building-. 

2-5 acre, 1 200 
( lowing, Mrs. A\ ... 

Dwelling house, Sweetser St., 450; 

Stable, 50 : land, with buildings, 5-16 

acre, 500. 
( .owing. Ezra .... 

Land, Court st., 3-4 acre-. 200. 
( lowing. 1 [orace .... 

Cow, 30^ dwelling house, Linden 



st., 1300; 2 stables, 

with buildings, 1 



3 acre. 



500; 

2 2 



land, 
lot 



\ 



30 



$ 1,650' >S 28 88 



'35 



1 2 



3,500 



goo 



5OO 



l,OlO 



5 TO 



1,000 



200 



30 2,150 



60 16 



14 4<> 



8 00 

2 00 
18 [6 



2,500 44 00 



10 16 



3,000 50 oo< 



16 oo- 



5 2 °' 
36 88- 



50 



POLLS AXD ESTATES OK 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



: 
P 

- 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

r i ■* 

I AX. 



37, N. E. Ice Co's plan, i acre. 125. 
Gowing, Harry (i. 
(lowing Brothers .... 

Store building, Main St.; 1200: land. 

with building, 1-2 acre. 1300. 
Gowing, Samuel H. 

Stock in trade. 600; 3 horses, 250: 

2 carriages, 100: 4 wagons, 200; 

dwelling house. Railroad St., 2300; 
barn and slaughter house, 1000; 

house, 200 ; shed, 20* 
land, with buildings, 1 acres, 1000: 
lots 1. 32, 33, 34, 143, [44, 145 1 -• 
135. 142 \. E. Ece Co's plan, tillage 
land and meadow a^j., - 1-6 acres, 

150 ; dwelling house, Winn St., 1200 ; 

stable, 200 ; land, with buildings, 3 
acres, 500; meadow adj., 3 1-4 
a< res, 150. 

( Jove, Merrill VV, 

Dwelling house, Chestnut Bt., 2200; 
land, with house, i-S acre, 700. 

( rrace, I. Wallace 

Boat, 50: dwelling house, Lafayette 
St., 241)0: land, with house. 1-4 
acre, 1 1 

( r rah am, 1 lavid .... 

( irant, Fred W. .... 
Dwelling house, Spring St., (unf'd), 
700 ; land, with house-. 20.000 feet. 
600. 

(irant. Frank E. .... 

( irant. Frank M. 

( irant. Joan M. . 

I dwelling house, Main St., ( ( i ) . 1 200 ; 
stable, 100; land, with buildings, 1-4 
acre, 300. 

Gray, Israel .... 

Dwelling house, Sweetser st., 650 ; 
shop and barn, 100 ;land, with build- 
ings, 2-3 acre, 450. 

Gray, Krank E. . 

•Greaney. Denis .... 
Stock in trade, 1600 : 4 horses, 300; 
4 carriages, 100 ; dwelling house, 
Vernon st., 1600 ; office, scales and 
shed, 500; stable, 150; store build- 
ing, 450: land, with buildings, 1-3 



- 



$ 



2.500 



$ 



50 



2,000 



1.300 



1.600 



1,200 



4,600 



2 00 
40 00 



1.150 7.000 132 40 



2,QOO 4<S \n 



3,500 58 So 



2 00 
22 No 



2 00 

2 OO 

25 60 



2 I 20 



2 00 
IO7 6() 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



51 



NAMES WD ESTATES. 



Per- 



- S0NA1 • 

/ 



Real 

Estate. 



Total 

' i ' 
1 AX. 



acre, 500; dwelling house, Foundry 
St., 1 too ; laud, with house, 1 -8 
o. 
. Patrick 

< OW, dwelling house. Nelly 5t., 

500 ; land, with house, 1 -8 acre, 100 ; 
lot 56 Robinson plan. 1-6 acre, 220. 

( ireanev. William 

I ; dwelling house. Lake 

1250; laud, with house, 1-4 acre, 
1 70 : dwelling house, Br >adway, 700 ; 
lot 1 7. Robinson plan. 1 ; a< re, 1 

( ireanev. Mary .... 

1 dwelling house, Br 1 tdway, 750 ; 

land, with house. 7 1 6 re, 2 

( rreenough, Arthur 

( rreenough, William s. 

Marine sto< k. 700 ; income. io< 
1 horse, 150; 1 carriage, 150; dwell- 
ing house, Avon St., 2300 : land. 
with house, 1 -5 a< re, tooo. 

( rreen, Andrew J. 
I ireen, Charles W. 

( rreen, I tinsmore D. . 

Dwelling house. Forest st. 

land, with house, 1-2 a< re. 50 

( rreen, F. E. C. . 

Dwelling house, Railroad st., 1250; 
land, with house. 1-4 acre. 250. 

( rreen, Herbert .... 

1 horse, 30. 
( rreen, [saac E. . 

Dwelling house. Main st., 200 ; shed, 

50 : land, with buildings, 1 acre, 450 ; 

pasture, 3 acres. 300 : woodland, 6 

acres, 25* ». 
1 ireen, Lorenzo L. 
( Ireen, Louis A. . 

Dwelling house, Charles st., 1700; 

stable, 200: land, with house, 1-5 

acre. 400. 
(ireen, Lucinda .... 

Dwelling house, Main St., 900 ; shop 

and shed, 50 ; land, with buildings, 

3-4 acre, 300. 
(ireen, Ann N. . 



500; 



Dwelling house, Forest st., 350 



sta- 



- 



3° 



30 



00 



30 



- 



820 15 60 



2,300 



55« 



2,300 



1,250 



600 



39 28 



950 15 20 

2 00 

3,300 cS6 So 



2 00 

2 00 

10 80 



1,500 26 00 



2 48 



1,250 22 00 



2 00 
38 80 



20 00 



9 60 



52 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



7 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 

I ISTATE. 



Total 

' i * 

lAX. 



hie, 50 ; land, with house. 5 ;ici\ 

200. 
( ireen, Stephen .... 
Green, Stillman .... 
Green, Joshua Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Vernon >t.. 600; 2 

hams. 200 : shop, 2 5 : land, with house. 
5 acres, 550 ; meadow. adj. .4 1-2 acr< 
150 ; tillage land, wrest side of Vernon 
., 15 1-2 acres, 750; pasture, adj., 
51-2 a< res,65< 1 ; meadow,6 acres, 75. 

Green leaf, Charles II. Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Avon ct., 1000 ; 
land, with house, 1 -6 a< re, ;< 

( ireenwell. John .... 

( irittin. Woodbury 

1 horse, 50; dwelling house. ( )ak 
St., 800 : stable, too ; land, with 
buildings, 1 1 1 a< re, 400. 

( irittin. Elmer \V, 

Stock in trade. 400 : 2 carriages, 50. 

( irittin. W, 1 g ne 

Dwelling house. Oak St., 1000; 
ble and shed, 100 ; land, with build- 
in--. 1 -3 acre, 200. 

( irittin. Michael "... 

Griffin, W. I 

4 horses, 4' 1 ine, 

20 : 2 hacks, 600 : 5 carriages, 400 ; 
1 barge, 150; dwelling house, Cor- 
dis st., 900 ; stable, 400 ; land, with 
buildings, 1-4 acre, 5a >. 

GrifTeth, John F, 

Dwelling house, Pleasant St., 2100; 
land, with house, 7700 feet, 650. 

( rrinnell, Edgar .... 
3 horses, 1 75 : 1 cow, 30 ; 1 wagon, 
25 . dwelling house, Lowell st., 700; 
stable, 2oy : land, with buildings, 
1-2 acre, 200. 

Grihnell, John .... 

(irover, Elliott M. 

(iuillow, Xicola .... 
1 horse, 100; i carriage, 100. 

( iammons, J. Prank 

(iould, William H. 2nd 

Dwelling house, Traverse st., 850 ; 
land, with house, 1-8 acre, 150. 



1 
1 



$ 






450 



1 ,840 



230 



200 



[,300 



1.000 



2 00 
2 00 



3,000 48 00 



1 .5 ■ 24 00 



2 00 
23 60 



n 20 



1,300 22 80 



2 OO 
I.800 60 2 \ 



2,750 46 OO 



I,IOO 23 



2 OG 

2 OO 

5 2 ° 

2 00 

18 00 



TMK T< >W \ OF WAKEFJELD. 



53 



\ IMKS VND ES'I ATES. 



-- Per- 

= SONAL. 



Real 

Esi \i i:. 



Total 

r i ' 

I AX. 



I \ !< kett, Nam j (i . 

Dwelling house, lakeside ave.,2000; 

stahh . . hennery, 50 ; land, with 

buildings, lots 7. J, 9, 10, Sargent's 

plan, 21-4 a< res, 1 600. 
G. 

1 hoi arriage, 50. 

I [adley, Albert I . 

I i erty, I >anie1 

I [aining, Edward B. 

I I ile, I lenry S. . 

1 horse, 150 j 1 < an iage, 30 ; dwell 
ing iu>i;- .1 n St., 2 too ; stable, 

eenhouse; [25 ; hennery, 25 ; 
land, with buildings, 1-4 acre, : 
lot, Emerson St., 90* h i feet, 700. 

I [ale, I leni \ F. .... 
Haley, George P. 

Dwelling house, Vernon St., 
lop and stable, 1 25 ; land, 
hr.il lings, 2 1-2 a< res, 225. 

I I lie) . John ( i. . 
In< ome, 51 

I [ale) , Julia C. . 

Dwelling house, Emerson St., 1500; 
shed, 25 : land, with buildings, [-3 



$ 4.000 $ 64 00 






with 



a< re, 1 200. 



1 Lill, Alonzo II. . 
i [all, Augustus H. 

1 horse, ioo ; 1 < arriage, 50. 

I [all, Irvin ..... 

1 [all, I [enry ('. . 

Hall, Matthew .... 

ows, 50. 
I [all, Leslie T. .... 
Hall, Mr>. Mary E. . 

Dwelling house, Prospect St., 650; 

2 barns. 250 ; land, with buildings, 
3-4 acre, 200; pasture adj., 1 acre, 
200 ; land adj., 1-2 acre, 200. 

Halse, Alexander 

Hamblin, George K. . 

1 [amilton, Samuel K. . 

Income, 1000; 1 horse, 150: 2 car- 
riages, 250 ; dwelling house, Yale 
ave, 2800; stable. 1200; land, with 
buildings. 14 acre. 1100; lot 26, 






3 5 






■5° 



5°; 



1,4001 6,000 



o 



60 



2 OO 
2 OO 
2 OO 

66 48 



2 00 
1,050 1 8 80 



10 00 



2,725 43 60 





2 00 




4 4° 




? 00 




2 00 




2 So 




2 00 


•5°° 


24 00 



2 00 

2 OO 
I20 40 



POLLS AND ESTATES <>F 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Yale ave., 10,458 ft., 600: land in 

rear, 2.902 ft., 300. 
1 [amilton, S. K.. ( JM'n 

East half dwelling house, Salem St., 

1S00: land, with house. 3-6 acre, 

950. 
1 [amilton, ( lharles R. . 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 carriage, 25. 
! [amilton, M trgaret 

Dwelling h 1 ise, Elm St., 600 : stable, 

50: land, with buildings, 3-4 aci 

35°- 

I Iamm. Mark II. 

I laney, ( >wen .... 

I [anglin, Jeremiah 

I langlin, Jeremiah I F irs of . 

Dwelling house, Lake St., 750; land, 

with house, 1-4 jo. 

I lanley, Thomas 

I lanlej . \\ illiam M. 

I I inson, F. Vnthony . 

* 

1 dwelling h Main St., 84 : land, 

with house, 1 4 at 
1 1. nson, Fred .... 
1 [arrington, ( ieorge \V. 
I [arrington, ( lharles T. 

Dwelling house, Park st., 2200 ; land. 

with house. 1 g .i. re, 7 
I [arrington, ( 'lara A. . 

Dwelling h< . Pleasant St., [800; 

shed, 100 : land, with build:! 5-8 



acre, 75 






Harrington, Mrs. Mary 

O ' J 

Dwelling house, Melvin St., 600 
land, with house.-, 1-4 acre, 2< 

1 [arringl >n, I [umphrey 

Harmus, ( lharles I.. 

1 [arnden, Fred ( ;. 
Harnden, John W. 

Harper. Arthur ( i. 
Harper Harry E. 
Harper. Henry 

Dwelling house, Nahant St., 900; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 
Harney, (ieorge .... 
Harris, Frank S. . 
Harris, Georgianna 

Dwelling house. Myrtle ave., 1000: 



1 
1 
1 
1 



1 
1 
1 



Pi k- Real Total 
Estate. Tax. 



r SONAL. 

LT. 



> 



s 



- 



2.750 44 00 



75 



1 a 



1 ,000 



1 A M 



2,900 






I,IOO 



1,700 



.") 



20 



If) OO 



2 00 

2 OO 

2 00 

16 00 



2 00 
2 00 

1 8 00 



2 00 

2 00 

48 4 ( > 



2,65 42 10 



[2 80 



2 


00 


i 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 



19 60 



2 OO 

2 OO 

27 20 



THE TuWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



55 



\ WII - AND ESTATJ S. 



Per- 

- SONAL. 
i 



barn, iooj land, with house, 35,000 

feet, 
1 [arris, John .... 
I [arris, Weslej I . 

Dwelling house, Summer St., [300; 

dwelling house, < Orchard, 1900 ; land, 

with building! a< re, ft 

I [art, I Iverett .... 

In« ome, . Br) 

ant si d, with 

house, i 3 acre, 1 v 

I [art, ( ieorge I . ... 

I I it. ( lharles II. 

Hart, Philip D 

I [art, I lomer I . . . 

Hart, Mrs. H. L, 

Stock in trade 3 
Hart. William \\ . 
1 [artshorne, ( Charles 1 . 

I dwelling house, Albi< >n St., 1 200 ; 

land, with house, 1 -8 a< re, 550 ; 

woodland, ( )ak St., 1 2 am o. 

\ [artshorne, Fred'c S. 

I [artshorne, Lucyette . 

Dwelling house, ('lunch St., 1S00; 
land, with ru 1-4 acre, 700: 

meadow near Reading line, 1 acre, 25. 

1 [artshorne, Jacob C. . 
Dwelling house, VV. Chestnut st., 
2300 \ land, with house, Si. 774 feet, 
1500. 

I [artshorne, John F, 1 [eirs of 

1 (welling house. Common st.. 2400 : 
land, with house, 7-16 acre, 900 ; 1-2 
lot, Church st., 1-8 acre, 500. 

I I artshorne. Henry G. 

Income 1000: 1-2 lot Church st, 

i-8 acre, 500. 
I [artshorne, John W. . 
Hartshorne, Jonathan Heirs of 

Dwelling house. Heacon st., 1400: 

land, with house, 1 
1 [askell, Henry . 

Stock in trade 2000; 1 horse, 100; 

2 carriages, 200 ; dwelling house, 
Wave ave, 2400; shop, 1000; barn, 
500: land, with buildings, 1-4 acre, 
1 500. 



4 acre, 300. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Tax. 



% 



4,000 



300 



1,000 



2*300 



2,050 



2 -5 2 5 



3,800 



l,8oo 



;oo 



1,700 



5.40o 



2 00 
66 00 



500 4,000 74 00 



-> 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


4 


80 


2 


00 


34 


80 



2 00 
40 40 



62 80 



60 So 



26 00 

2 00 

27 20 

125 20 



56 



POLLS AM) ESTATES OK 



NAMES AND ESTATES 



land, 



;oo. 



I [askell, Henry L. 

Dwelling house. Pearl St., 1500 : land, 
with house, 4,400 ft., 500. 
Haskell, George M. 

I I askell, Harry .... 
I [athaway, ( ieorge i 1. 

Stock in trade 200 ; 21 horses, 1800 : 
i<S carriages, 1300; 3 hacks, 900; 
3 barges, 450; 1 wagon, 150: stable 
and store building, Mechanic St., 
3000, land, with buildings, 7,020 
feet, 1000. 

1 laveriv, Thomas 

Hawes, Arthur L. 

1 [awes, Willard 1 .. 

Dwelling house, Main St., 2000 
with house, 5-16 acre, 800. 

I [awes, Charles II. 

Land, Birch Hill ave., 6,000 ft., 

I [awkes, Adam .... 

Dwelling house, Main St., 2800 ; sta- 
ble, 300 : shoe factory, 600 ; hen- 
nery, 125: land, with buildings, 1 
acre, 2000. 

I I awkes. Augustus A. . 
I [awkes, Mrs. Abbie 

Dwelling house. Rockland St., 1600 ; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 450. 
Hawkes, Charles S. 

Stock in trade 300. 
r I awkes, ( ieo: 
Hawkes, Lyman P. . 

Dwelling house. Main st., 1600 ; barn, 

50 ; land, with buildings, 5-8 acre, 

900. 
Hawkes, John . 

Dwelling house, YV. Chestnut St., 

1600 ; land, with house. 1-5 acre, 800. 
Hawkes, John 2nd 
Hawes, Louis E. ... 

Hawkesworth, Abbie M. 

Dwelling house, Forest st., (unf'd), 

200 ; land, with house, 9 3-4 acre^, 

300. 
Hayes, William J. 
Healev, James A. 

Dwelling house. Nahant st.. 900; 



2 Per- 

r SONAL. 

■j. 



Real 
Estate 



1 



Total 

' 1 ■* 
I AX. 



S 2,000 ^34 °° 



2 00 

2 00 
4,800 j.000 142 -So 



2.800 



3OO 



2,400 



500 



2 00 
2 00 

\6 80 



>o 6 80 

5,825 95 20 



2 00 
2.050 32 80 



6 80 

2 00 

2.550 42 80 



4° 40 



2 00 
2 00 

8 00 



2 00 
1,400 24 40 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



.>< 



\ KMKS AND KSTAT1 S. 



d, 25 : land, with buildings. 1-4 
a< re, ;; 

I [ealej . Jeremiah 

I [ay den, Frank W. 

1 horse, 1 50 : 1 < arriage, 75. 
. Albert I . ... 

I leath, Elroy \ . 

I ii< ome, 500 ; 1 horse, roo ; 1 1 ar- 
riage, ioo ; 1 bicycle, iooj 1 tricy( le, 
IOO j dwelling house, Mains!.. -500; 
dwelling house, Main St., (Rogers) 
1 ; le, loo : land, with build- 

ings, 5 1 6 a< re, 800. 

I [cath, Frank A. ... 

I [eath, Joseph W. 



y. 



> 



horses, 250; 2 carriag 



IOO 



• 



dwelling house, Avon st.. 2100; -t 1- 
ble, . >: land, with buildings, i-S 

at re. 14 
I leath, Ma ah .... 

1 leath, Sarah 

Dwelling house, Church st., 800; 

shop. 50 : land, with buildings, 1-4 

a< re, 75 
I Ku hell, Emory 
I lenders >n. ( lharles 
1 [enderson, Charles A. 
I [endri( k>nn, John 
1 [enfield, 1 [enry G. 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 wagon, 25. 
1 [enkel, 1'". J. 

I [enniger, Isaac .... 
Henniger, Jonathan 1!. 
Henry, John .... 

Henry, John A. . 

Dwelling house Salem st., 1500; 

barn, 200; land, with buildings, 1-2 

acre, 200. 
I [enry, Charles T. 

1 horse, 100: 1 carriage, 50. 
Henry, Fred H. . 
Hennessey, Patrick 
Hennessey, William 
Hewes, Rufus K. 
Hey wood, John H. 
Heywood, Mary A. 

Dwelling house. Summer St., 800 

land, with house, 1-5 acre, 400. 



1 
1 
1 
1 

1 



Per- 

\AI. 
$ 



Real 

Estai 1:. 



Total 
Tax. 



s 



s 



225 



350 3,800 



1 ,600 



75 



'5o 



1 ,900 



1.200 



2 00 
5 60 



2 00 
900 5*700 107 60 



2 00 
68 40 



2 00 
35 60 



2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


1 


OO 


-> 



20 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


32 


40 



4 40 

2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
19 20 



58 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Per- 



- SONAL. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

' i ■* 
1 AX. 



(ioillll St., 2000 



plan, 350. 



Heywood, Ernest 
Hickey, Cornelius 
Hickey, James A. 

I [ickey, John 

Dwelling house, 

land, with house, 9000 feet, 600. 

I I ickey, Thomas .... 
Dwelling house, Vernon St., 1300 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 

Hickey, Patrick . 
Hickey, Thomas 1'. 
Hickey, William J. 
Hicks, I [arley T. 
Hi. . Sylvanus 1 1 

Dwelling house. Summer St., 1700; 

land, with h< 7-4 74 feet, lot 2, 

Hood's 

1 ligginson, John 
Hill, Caleb. 
Hill, Waldo S. 
Hill, William S, 
Hill, Melvin J. 

Dwelling house. Pleasant St., 2300; 

land, with house, 1 -3 a< re, 
Hill. Smith H 

1 horse. 100 : 1 carriage, 50 ; dwell- 
ing house, west of Slain st., ((i) 

1400; bam, 500: dwelling house. 

( unf'd ) 1 200 : land, with buildil 

61-2 a< res, 1 000. 
I [inckley, Eugene S. . 

Dwelling house, Cedar 

1 300 ; lot 30 and 1 2 

house. 500. 
Hilt/. Leander V. 
\ lines. Elmer R. . 
I [obbs, ( reorge \V. 

1 horse, 100 : 2 < arriagc . 

dwelling house. Sweetser st., 1700; 

-table, 150; land, with building 

7-8 acre. 750. 
Hobson, Moses (1. 
Hodsdn. John . 

Dwelling house, Valley St., 300 ; land. 

with house, 6,300 feet, 80. 
Hodgkins. Fitz .... 
Holden, Mary .... 

Dwelling house. Hartley st.. 400; 



> 



$ 



100 



2.000 



> 2 00 

2 OO 

2 OO 

43 60 



I.5OO 2<> OO 



>50 



! ( )( ; 



38O 



I ,000 



2 OO 

2 00 

2 OO 

2 OO 

34 80 



2 00 

2 1 

2 00 

2 00 

53 -° 



1 ;<> 4,7< 70 60 



1..S00 10 .So 



Hill ave., 
2. with 










• 


1 
1 
1 


200 


2,6001, 


2 00 

2 OO 

46 So 



2 00 
8 08 



2 00 
16 00 



THE Town OF WAKEFIELD. 



59 



\ VMKS VND ESTATES. 



i horse, 100 ; 
; i wagon, 50. 



Kind, with house, 1 4 acre, 200 ; 
•i). 150 : lots 1 2(). 1 2- Ballister 

st, 2 re, 250. 
I [olden, Michael 

Sto( k in trade, n 

i cow, 3 ; 1 -u ine, 5 
Holden, \\ .\\u-v \\ . 

I dwelling house. Spring st., 800 ; land. 

with house, [ 0,000 feet, p o. 
I [ollander, Joseph 
I lolland, John J. . 
I [ollis, < h 1 >rge W. 
I !• »lli>. I ambert \ . 
I [ollis, R .... 

I I' >lden. John .... 
Holly, Willi un 

I [olt, Arthur E. .... 
Holt, Phoebe \. 

Dwelling house, Cedar St., u 

hind, m ith house, 8,000 ft., 450. 
I [< in. id. Jesse I . 

I [organ, John .... 
I [opkins, Albert 

1 horse, 50. 

1 [opkins, 1 [erbert 

I [opkin; S nner E. 
3 hoi ;oo ; ] 5 cows, 150 ; 2 < ar- 
riages, 150 ; dwelling house, Hopkins 
St., stable, 1 200 ; land,, with 

house, 5 acres, 425 ; meadow adj.. 
g acr< pasture, adj., 1 2 acres, 

J75 j old house, Hopkins St., Soo ; 
^hcd. 25 ; land, west of Hopkins st.. 
280; meadow adj., 4 acres, 
: orchard land, 1 1-2 acres, 160; 
tillage land, south side of house, 3-4 
acre, 85 : tillage land, 1'rospect St.. 
3-4 a-re. ioo, tillage land, Brook St., 

2 1-2 acres. 1 50. 

1 [opkins, Joseph I-'.. 

2 horses, 150. 
I [opkins, Thomas ( i. . 
Hopkins, Mary A. 

Dwelling house, Hart St., 450 ; land, 

with house, 1-12 acre, 100; land, 

1 1 art st., 1-6 acre, 100. 
Hopkinson, Mrs. M. j. 

Dwelling house, Summer st., 1150; 



5 Per- 

P SON A I.. 

j 



I 

1 

I 

I 
I 
I 
I 
I 



Real 

I \IT. 



285 



1,20<) 



[,650 



9OO ;.()()() 



T 5° 



650 



r >575 



Total 

l.W. 



6 56 



2 1 20 



2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


n 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


26 


40 


2 


OO 


2 


00 


2 


So 


2 


OO 


128 


40 



4 40 
2 00 

TO 40 



25 20 



GO 



POLLS ANT) ESTATES OF 



250 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



sheds, 2^: land % with house, 1-4 

acre. 350. 

Hopkinson, Eva 

House-lot, Charles st.. 1-5 acre, 300. 

Hooper, Lawrence P. . 

Duelling house, Nahant St., 
land, with house, 41-2 acres. 250 

Horgan, Dennis .... 

Horgan, Mary .... 
Dwelling house. Highland St., 1400 : 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 300. 

Horgan, Michael 

1 Lome, William .... 

Home, William Jr. 

Morton. James R. 

Dwelling house, Lake St., 1200; land, 
with house, 1-10 acre, 1 50. 

Horton, ( )liver .... 

Horton. Charles E. 

Horton. William ( i. . 

Hosmer, Mrs. Lorilla . 

Dwelling house, Avon St., 1900 ; land, 
with house, 1-4 acre, 1 i 

Houston, William 

1 horse, 75 : 1 cow, 30: 1 carria 
75 : dwelling house, Salem St., 1600; 
barn, 150 ; land, with buildings, 6 3-4 
acres, 700 : meadow adj., 2 3-4 acr< 
60 ; dwelling house, Salem St., 900 ; 
barn and hennery, 100: woodland, 
east of Town Farm, 12 acres, 200. 

1 1 ous ton, Donald M. . 

Houston. James .... 
Dwelling house, Cottage st., 800 ; 
land, with house. 1-4 acre, 100. 

Houston, John W. 

Howard, George E. . 

Dwelling house, Summer st., ioooj 
land, with house, 1-4 acre. 450. 

Howard, Justin .... 

Howard, Roger .... 
Stock in trade, 500: 2 horses, 160: 
1 carriage, 40 ; 2 wagons, 50 : store 
building. Main st., 400. 

Howes, William .... 

Howland, Angienette . 

Wind-mill and shed, 150 ; land south 
of Prospect St., 60,000 ft., 600 : lots 



Per- 



- SONAL. 

if. 



Real 
Estate. 



> 






75° 



300 



00 



! . ;()() 



',35° 



9 



C45° 



400 



o 



o 



Total 

Tax. 



S 



4 80 



jo 00 



2 00 



1 - 

- 1 


20 


■J 


OO 


1 


OO 


J 


OO 


■ 1 

- •> 


60 


« 




J 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


48 


OO 



100 



3,710 64 2 \ 



2 


o< » 


16 


40 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 5 


20 


2 


00 


20 


4 f > 



2 OO 

1 2 OO 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



61 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



. 31, 32, 33, Summit and Morrison 

ave. 
I low kit. Lero) E. 

I and near Nahanl St., 25. 
1 lovt. Frank P. . 

1 horse, [oo; 1 swine, 5; dwelling 

house, Salem St., 500 ; barn, 40 ; land. 

w ith buildings, 1 1-4 acre, 1 60. 
1 [oyt, Mi t \ I. 

: dwelling house, Slater's 
land, stable, 100 ; land, with 

buildings, 7 acres, 000: lot 21, Sla- 
ters plan, 1-4 acre, 30; land east of 
\\ alton St., 3 4 acre, 75. 

I l<.\t, LD, 

1 horse, 1 00 ; 1 wag< >n, }<>. 
\ [udson, Albert J. . . 
I [udson, 1 >orr A. ... 

Hudson, Elizabeth 

1 dwelling house, Main St., 1 300 ; land, 
with house, 5 1 6 acre, Son 

1 [ughes, Edward A. . 

I [ughes, John .... 

I [umphrey, M ichael 

1 [umphrey, John !'>. 

Dwelling house east of B. & M. K. R. 
1 200 : barn and shed, 125; wind 
mill, 125 : land, with buildings 4 3-4 
acres, 400: lot 2 1 . sect. 2. Myrtle 
ave., 6,000 ft., 150: woodland near 
Main street, 8 acres. 400. 

I lunt, A. W. 

2 horses, 150; 1 crrriage, 50. 
1 hint, Annie A. . 

Dwelling house and store, Albion st., 
2200: stable. 700; land, with build- 
ings. 5300 ft., 800. 

1 lunt. 1 laniel W. 

C horses, 600 ; 1 cow, 30 : 2 carriages, 
75 : 3 wagons, 150. 

1 funt, Arthur II. 

Hunt, Fred .... 

Hunter, X. C. 

Stock in trade, 200 ; dwelling house, 
Central st., 500; land, with house, 
1-3 acre, 400. 

} [urlburt, Benjamin 

1 [urlburt, Daniel 



-r 

- 



•r. 



1 
1 



I 
I 
1 



Per- 



Real 



- sonal. Estate. 



Total 

1 AX. 



10: 



I jo 



2 00 



s 



DO 



200 



25 2 40 
700 14 8& 



;o 1.305 2l 68 



2,100 



2.400 



4 24 

2 00 

2 00 

33 60 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

40 40 



5 2 ° 



3,700 59 20 



15 68 



2 00 

2 00 

900 19 60 



2 00 
2 00 



62 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



- 

s. 



Per- 
sonal 



kiwi 

ESTAl E. 



Total 

I AX. 



Hurley, John 

I [urley, James .... 
Dwelling house, Vernon St., Soo : 
land, with house, 1-2 acre, 450. 

I [urley, I >aniel .... 

Hurley, Mi< liael 

Dwelling house, Vernon st., 400; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 250. 

Hutchinson, Abel 1- . 1 [eirs of 
Dwelling house, Crescent st., moo; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre. 1500. 

I [utchinson, Man <-llo 

Hutchinson, ( ieorge VV. 

\ [utchinson, A. J. 
Stock in trade, 600; 1 horses, 150 j 
2 \\ igons, 1 00 ; dwelling house, Avon 
St., 2 : land, with house, 1 3 a< re, 

I [utchinson, W in. H.I [eirs of 

Dwelling hi Won St., 1900; land, 

w ith house, 3-10 .!< re, i too. 

I [yde, Jerome .... 

I [ ami 1 ton, S. ( '. Jr. 

SttX k in trade. 4500 : 4 hora 5, 300 ; 

1 wagon, 40. 
Horgan, Timoth) I Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Vernon St., 1500: 

land, with house, 1 -4 a< re, 5* 
Horrigan, John .... 
[Isley, Austin T. .... 

1 dwelling house, Salem St., -Sou : land, 

with house, 5-8 acre, 600. 
Irons. John .... 
[reson, ( !e< ... 

[rvine, Robert 

J.uk, Janu 

I ickson, Henry W. 

Dwelling house. Aborn ave., 2200: 

land, with house. 5-8 a< re, 1500. 
Jackson, George H. 
Jackson, George E. 
Jackson, Jacob 
Jacob. E. S. . . . 

Jaquith, Harry 
Jenkins. John W. 

Stock in trade, 200 ; 2 horses, 60 ; 

2 wagons, 40 : dwelling house, Albion 
St., 1000; stable. 150; store build- 



1 

■ 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



850 



% 2 00 
[,250 2 2 00 



2 00 
050 12 40 



2,600 41 60 



2 00 
2 00 

3,5< 71 60 



3,000 48 <<<> 



4,8 



j. 000 



1 ,400 



3,700 



300 



2,600 



2 


00 


! 7 '' 


1 1 




( ,0 


2 


00 


24 


i<> 


2 


00 


2 


00 


- 


00 


- 


00 


61 


20 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


48 


40 






THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



63 



\ VMES AND ESTA'l I - 




Rial 

I'm a 1 1 . 



Total 

' i * 
1 AX. 



in,::. 400 ; land, with buildings, 3- 1 6 
1 : lot No, -. Robinson's 

plan. 1 -4 .k re, 1 ; 

Jenkins, Ch irles W. 
4 ( ows, 1 »o. 

Jenkins. Martha M. 

Dwelling house, Broadway, 13 
stable, 250 : land, with buildings, 
. 2 00. 

Jenkins, Augustus I). . 

It in trade. 100. 

|ennison, ( - gc O. . 

hnson, lame- . 

1 i , i < arriag< », 75 

ing house. Wiley pi.. 1 7 

; land, with h0US< . 1 8 a< re, 75 | 
dwelling house, Wiley pi., 700 : land. 
with house, 1 -8 a< re ; 
Johnson, John i I . 

Dwelling house. Wile) pi., 700; land, 
with house, 1 IO at re. 50 : lot, W .1 

ter st.. 1 -1, .i< re, 15 
Johnston, ( Catherine 

1 cow. 30; dwelling house, Salem 



dwell- 
stable, 



land, with 
land. Salem 



st., 750 : stable, 1 50 

buildings, 1 acre, 350 

si., 4 3-4 acres, 65* 

Johnson. Andrew 
Johnson. Josiah .... 
Johnson ..... 
Johnson, Ludwig 

Dwelling house, Valley st, 300 ; land, 
with house, 1-7 acre, 50. 
Johnson. Pamelia 

1 dwelling house, Main st.. 400 ; land, 
with house, 1 acre, 300; lots, o and 
1, Main st.. Walton's plan. 80,000 
feet, 400. 
ohnson, Alonzo . 
ohnston, Alexander 
ones, ^ leorge 
ones. Rollin C. . 
ones. I aieia M. . 
Dwelling house, Main st., 2500; sta- 
ble, 250 : land, with buildings, 1-4 
a< re, 1 250. 
Jones, William B. 
Stock in trade, 300. 



$ 



1 20 



100 



$ 



% 



3 9- 



1,750 28 00 



2 00 
150 1.100 j j 00 



300 



1 ,000 



I .()00 



35° 



1,100 



4,000 



3 6° 



18 00 



to 88 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 

7 60 



1 7 60 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
64 00 



6 80 



64 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AM) ESTATES. 



z 
r 



Per- 
sonal 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

I AX. 



Jones, Julia M. . 

Dwelling house. Chestnut St., 1700: 
land, with house. 7500 feet, 800. 

Jones, William F. 

Jones, John I). . 

Dwelling house, Greenwood St., 
2000: lot 10, sect. 1. Nash Farm, 
98,050 feet. 300. 

Ionian. Charles, trustee for Abby J. 
Baker. 
Dwelling house, Pleasant st.. 1300; 
land, with house, 3-16 acre 900. 

Jordan. Alice .... 
Dwelling house, Yale ave., 40* 
land, u ith house, 1 -4 acre, 1 500. 

ford an, Charles .... 
2 horses, 200; 2 carriages, 150; 
dwelling house-, Mt. Pleasant ave., 
4000 ; stable, 600 : land, with house, 
8 1-5 acres, 1400: duelling house. 
Main St., 1200: land, with house, 
1-4 acre. 750 ; 
Pleasant st , 2200 
1 -5 a< >o. 

Jordan, Winfield C. 
Stock in trade. 1250: 1 horse, 150 j 
1 carriage, 75 : block, Main st.. 3800 ; 
rink building. 6000 : land, with 
buildings, 5-16 acre, 2500. 

Jordan, Frank B. 

Kalaher. Patrick .... 
1 hois.-. 75 ; 1 cow. 30 : 1 carrr 
25 : 1 wagon, 20 ; dwelling house, 
liroadway, 900: stable, 200; land, 
with buildings. 1-2 acre, 250 : lot 70. 
Robinson's plan. [0,890 feet, 150. 

Kalaher. Bridget .... 
Dwelling house, Bartley st., 600: 
land, with house. 1-4 acre. 130; lot 
49. Robinson's plan, 1-4 acre, 100. 

Kalaher. Timothy 

1 ,cow. 20 : dwelling house. Bartley 



dwelling house. 

land, with house, 



St.. 



55°; 



stable, 50 : land, with 



buildings, 1-4 acre, 200. 
Kane. John H. . 

Dwelling house. Valley st.. 

land, with house, 1-6 acre, 50. 
Karnes, James 



400 : 



1 
1 



$ 2.500 $ 40 00 



20 



2.300 



i,475 I2,3 00 



150 1,500 



830 



800 



45° 



2 00 
8 80 



2,200 35 20 



5,500 88 00 



350 10,750 [79 60 



222 JO 



2 OO 
28 4O 



I 3 28 



15 12 



(J 20 



2 OO 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



65 





z 

— 

• 


Per- 


Real 


Total 


NAMES AND ESTATES. 


sonal. 


Estate. 


Tax. 


Karnes, Michael .... 


1 


$ 


$ 


$ 2 00 


Keady, Michael .... 


1 






2 00 


Keating, Henry .... 


1 






2 00 


Keefe, Cornelius .... 


1 




1,200 


21 20 


I dwelling house, Bennett St., 600 : 








land, with house, 3-4 acre, 600. 








Keefe, Patrick .... 


1 






2 00 


Keefe, James .... 


1 






2 00 


Keefe, Thomas .... 


1 






2 00 


Keith, William ( ;. 


1 






2 00 


Kelly Brothers .... 




2,35° 




37 6o 


Stock in trade. 2000 : 2 horses. 200; 










3 wagons, 150. 










Kelly. Edward B, 


1 






2 00 


Kelly, Frank .... 


1 




1,15° 


20 40 


Dwelling house. Cedar st., 800 ; land, 










with house-, 1-4 aere, 350. 










Kelly, Jeremiah .... 


1 


. 




2 00 


Kelly, John 2nd .... 


1 






2 00 


Kelly, John 3rd .... 


1 






2 00 


Kelly, John .... 


1 


30 


1,400 


24 88 


1 cow, 30 : dwelling house, Richard- 










son st., 900 ; barn, 100 ; land, with 










buildings, 1-4 acre, 400. 








v 


Kelly. Michael .... 


1 






2 OO 


Kelly, Patrick J. . 


1 


• 




2 OO 


Kelly, George M. 


1 


250 


2,500 


46 OO 


Stock in trade, 100 ; 1 horse, 75 ; 1 










carriage, 75 ; dwelling house, Me- 










chanic st., 1500: shop, 200; land, 










with buildings, 1-8 acre, 800. 










Kelly, William H. 


1 






2 OO 


Kendall, George W. 


1 






2 OO 


Kendrick, Rufus .... 


1 


x 5° 


2,100 


38 OO 


1 horse, 100; 1 carriage, 50; dwell- 










ing house, Main st., 1200; stable, 










300 ; land, with buildings, 1 acre. 










600. 










Kennedy, John .... 


1 


12 5 




4 oo- 


1 horse, 75 ; 1 carriage, 50. 










Kenney, Henry M. 


1 






2 00 


Kenney, Patrick 2nd . 


1 




1,000 


18 00 


Dwelling house, Cottage St., 800; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 










Kennev, Patrick 


1 




3,600 


59 6o ' 


Dwelling house, Melvin st., 700; 










land, with house, 1-3 acre, 150; 










dwelling house, Hart St., 1300 ; shed, 











66 



POLLS AXD ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o 

r 

CO 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real Total 
Estate, Tax. 



50 ; land, with house, 1-6 acre, 150 ; 
dwelling house, Melvin st (Qualters) ' 
1 100 ; land, with house, 1-3 acre, 150. 

Kenney, Thomas 

Kernan, Thomas 

1 cow, 30 ; dwelling house, Gould st., 
1600; stable, 150; land, with build- 
ings, 3-16 acre, 500. 

Keogh, James H. 

Keogh, Thomas J. 

Keogh. Sarah C. 

Dwelling house. Frank St., 900 : land, 
with house, 1-5 acre, 250. 

Kiander, John E. 

Kiander, (ieorge D. 

Kidder, Matilda L. 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 350 : land, 
with house, 1-16 acre, 150. 

Kilgore, ( ieorge L. 

Henneries, Myrtle ave., 100; land. 
Myrtle ave., 10 acres, 1000; lot, 
Main st.. 1 acre, 600: lots 15, 16, 
17, 18, 19, Sargent's plan, 1 1-4 acre, 
600; lot 25, Sargent's plan of 1850, 
n,4go ft., 100; lot 26, Sargent's 
plan of 1850, .100. 

Killorin, (ieorge W. 

Stock in trade, 100: 7 horses, 500; 
3 wagons, 150: 2 carriages, 150. 

Killorin. James 

1 cow, 25 : dwelling house, W. Chest- 
nut st., 2000 ; stable, 300 : land, with 
buildings. 1 acre, 1700. 

Killorin, Margaret 

Lots 5 and 6, Eernald's plan, Walnut 
St., 15,128 ft., 400. 

Killorin, Thomas 

Kimball, George W. . 

Land, Main st., 1-2 acre, 150. 

Kimball, John A. 

Kimball, Samuel 

Dwelling house, Myrtle ave., 1400; 
hennery, 75 ; land, with buildings, 
1 3-4 acres. 1000 ; part of lots 5 and 
6, Oak st., 1-6 acre, 125. 

Kimball, Elizabeth 

Lot 9, Sargent's plan, 1-4 acre, 100. 



$ 



3° 



900 



25 






2 OO 
2,250 38 48 



2 OO 
2 OO 
I,I5() l8 40 



2 OO 
2 OO 
8 OO 



2,500 



4OO 



15° 



2,600 



IOO 



42 OO 



16 40 



4,000 66 40 



6 40 



2 


00 


4 


40 


2 


00 


43 


60 



I 60 



THK TOWN" OF WAKEFIELD. 



6' 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



r 


Per- 


Real 


TOTA 1 . 




P 


sonal. J&STATE. 


1AX. 


King, Joseph .... 


1 


$ 50 $ 


$ 2 80 


i horse, 25 ; 1 wagon, 25. 








Kingman, Arthur H. . 


1 




2 OO 


Kingman, Samuel Heirs of . 






5,350 


85 60 


Dwelling house, Eaton st., 2000; 








shed, 150; land, with buildings, 1 1-8 








acre, 3200. 








Kingman, William W. 


1 


3>5°° 


58 OO 


[welling houses, Pearl st., 2500; 








shop, IOO j land, with buildings, 1-4 








a< re, 900. 








Kirk, Joseph .... 


1 


3,025 


50 40 


Dwelling house, Vernon st., 900; 








barn, iooj shop, 25; land, with 








house, a 1-4 acres, 500: meadow 








adj., 2 14 acres, 100; tillage land, 








south side Salem st., 2 1-2 acres, 








250 ; pasture south side Salem St., 










51-2 acres, 550 ; pasture, south side 


• 








Salem st., 4 acres, 600. 










Knight, E, Amos 


1 






2 OO 


Knight, Mrs. Clotilda B. 






1,300 


20 80 


Dwelling house, Cordis St., 900; 










barn, 100 : land, with buildings, 1 1-2 










acre. 300. 








• 


Knight, Clarence P. . 








2 OO 


Knight. Arthur P. 








2 OO 


Knight, Willard .... 








2 OO 


Knight. Elisha .... 








2 OO 


Knight, Jason H. ... 






700 


13 20 


Dwelling house, Salem St., 600 : land, 










with house, 3 4 acre, 100. 










Knight, Manasseh Mrs. 






4,3°° 


68 80 


Dwelling house, Railroad St., 2300; 










land, with house, 5-16 acre, 2000. 










Knight, Willis H. 


1 






2 OO 


Knowles, Charles S. 


1 






2 OO 


Knowles, Henry 


1 




4,5 2 5 


74 40 


Dwelling house, Mainst., 1500 ;shop, 










200 ; shed, 25 ; land, with buildings, 










1-4 acre, 2800. 










Koaliick, Bernhardt 


1 






2 OO 


Knight, Fred L. . 


1 






2 OO 


Kimball, Ellen .... 






2,200 


35 2 ° 


Dwelling house, Main st,, 1900; 










land, with house, 2-5 acre, 300. 










Laetzsch, Frank H. 


1 


3° 


900 


16 88 


1 cow, 30 ; dwelling house, Vernon 











68 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


2 


Per- Real 


Iota 1. 

rn 




— 1 
• 


sonal. 1 Estate. 

1 


I AX. 


St., 600 ; barn, 150 ; land, with build- 




$ 


$ 


$ 


ings, 1 1-4 acre, 150. 










Lahey, Mary .... 






i,35° 


21 60 


Dwelling house, Melvin St., 1200; 










land, with house, 1-5 acre, 150. 










Tally, Thomas .... 


I 




1,650 


28 40 


Dwelling house, Melvin St., 1400; 










barn, 100; land, with buildings, 1-3 










acre, 150. 










Lamont, George T. 


I 






2 OO 


Lane, Maurice J. 


I 






2 OO 


Lane, Harry E. . 


I 






2 OO 


Lane, Loami C. . 


I 




2,300 


08 80 


Dwelling house, W. Water st., 1400 : 










land, with house. 3-16 acre, 900. 










Lane, William .... 


I 






2 OO 


Landers, John .... 


I 


3° 


1,400 


_>4 88 


1 cow, 30 ; dwelling house, Nahant 










st., 400 ; new house, Nahant St., 










600 ; barn, too ; land with buildings, 




• 






1-4 acre, 100: woodland and mead- 










ow, 41-2 acres, 200. 










I^anergan, Margaret 






1,050 


16 -So 


Dwelling house, Vernon st.. 750 ; 










shop, 50; land, with house, 1-4 










acre, 250. 










Lanergan, Patrick 


I 






2 OO 


Lassell, Charles .... 


I 






2 OO 


Lassell, Mary A. . 






400 


6 40 


Dwelling house, Main St., 100 ; land, 










with house, 1-4 acre, 150; lot 3, 










Sargent's plan, No. 3, 1-4 acre, 150. 










l^assell, George S. 


I 






2 00 


]>atimer, Crozier .... 


I 


300 




80 


2 horses, 200; 2 wagons, 100. 










Laugh, John .... 


I 




700 


13 20 


Dwelling house, Highland st., 500 ; 










barn, 75 ; land, with buildings, t-6 










acre, 125. 










Lawrence, Harry E. 


I 






2 00 


Lawrence, John T. 


I 


30 




2 48 


1 cow, 30. 










Lawrence, Henry 


I 






2 00 


Larter, James .... 


I 






2 00 


Lawton, Hannah K. . 






2,200 


35 2 ° 


Dwelling house, cor. Pleasant and 










Salem sts., 1200; land, with house, 










1-4 acre, 1000. 











TIIK TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



69 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 






Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Lawton, William H. 

Bonds, 5000. 
La) bolt, Josiah .... 

Stock in trade, 1200: land, cor. 

Vernon and Water sts., 12,076 feet, 

1 00c; ; land. Water St., 5,294 ft., 700. 
Leach, William A. 

Leavens, ( ieorge M. 

2 horses, 150; 5 cows, 150 j 2 car- 
riages, 100. 

Leavens, ( Caroline A. . 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 1400; 
stable and shed, 400 ; land, with 
buildings, 5 acres, 600 ; meadow, 
adj.. 4 a< res, 100 ; tillage land, south 
side Salem St., 3 acres, 360 : pasture, 
south side Salem St.. 91-2 acres, 
|O0 : woodland, east of Wiley St., 

2 1 2 a< res, 100. 

i\ is. I [enry T. 

Dwelling house, Franklin st, 1000: 

land, with house. 1-4 acre, 300. 
Lea\ is, Thomas .... 

Dwelling house. N'ahant St., 800; 

barn. 100: shop, 100: land, with 

buildings. 1 acre, 100 ; I lawkes' 

land, 1 2 acres, 600. 
1 eavis, William .... 

Land, south side of Oak st.. 6 3-4 

acres, 150. 
Leavis, Whitton P. 

1 bicycle, 50. 

Led with, C ieorge .... 
[#ee, Edward E. .... 

Dwelling house, Prospect st., 2000; 

land, with house, 11,007 f eet > 400; 

store building, Albion st., 2200; 

land, with building, 1-20 acre 450 ; 

house lot Chestnut st,, 1-4 acre, 850 : 

woodland, Hopkins St., 4 acres, 100. 
Lee. William H. . 

2 horses, 200 : 1 cow, 25 ; 1 swine, 
5; 2 carriages, 150; 1 wagon, 25; 
dwelling house, Oak St., 900 ; land, 
with house, 26,600 feet, 250. 

Lee. Etta M. . 

Dwelling house, Oak St., 2800; sta- 



1 

1 
1 



$ 



5.000 
1,200 



$ 



1,700 



400 



3>36o 



50 



150 



6,200 



405 



*> l 5° 



4.500 



Total 

Tax. 

$ 82 00 
48 40 



2 00 
8 40 



53 76 



1,300 22 80 



1,700 29 20 



4 40 

2 80 

? 00 
101 20 



26 88 



7 2 OO 



70 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Per- 



c 

r SONAL. 

C/3 



Real 
Estate. 



ble, iooo : land, with buildings, 3 1-2 
acres, 700. 

Lee, John W. Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Avon st., 1900 ; 
stable, 450 ; land, with buildings, 
y& acre, 2000 : dwelling house, 
W. Chestnut St., 2500 : land, with 
house, 3-8 acre, 1150. 

Lee, John ..... 
1 horse, 75 ; 2 cows, 60; 2 wagons, 
25 ; dwelling house, Lowell St., 800 ; 
barn, 200; new house, 1500; land, 
with buildings, 2 acres, 350; mead- 
ow, Lvnnfield line, 3 acres, 50 ; wood- 
land, north of Lowell St., 4 acres, 
200 : tillage land, north of Lowell 
st., 2 1-2 acres, 360; Reedy mead- 
ow, 2 acres. 40; woodland, 13 
acres, 200. 

Lee, William J. . 

Lee, Sing ..... 

Lemman. John .... 
1 horse, 100; 2 carriages, 100; 
dwelling house, Richardson st., 1600; 
stable, 200 : land, with buildings, 
1-8 acre, 250 ; dwelling house, Salem 
st., 600 : stable. 75 ; land, with 
house, 11,528 feet, 125. 

Lenfest, Bertram A. . 

Lenfest, S. A. , 

Dwelling house, Cedar Hill ave., 
2000 ; land, with house, 9,441 ft., 400 

Lewis, B. F. 

Lewis, Horace Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Pleasant St., 650; 
land, with house, 3,480 feet, 350 : 
land, Sweetser st., 100. 

Lewis, Mary E. . 

Land, west side Pleasant st. exten- 
sion, 507 feet, 50. 

Lewis, .Mrs. R. A. 

Dwelling house, Cordis st., 700: 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 500. 

Lewis, Emma X. 

Land, on Byron and Prospect sts., 
16,000 feet, 300. 

Liebstrom, August 



Total 

Iax. 



160 



8,000 



;,700 



200 



2,850 



2,400 



1,100 



5° 



1,200 



300 



128 00 



63 76 



2 uu 
2 00 

50 80 



2 


OO 


40 


40 


2 


OO 


17 


60 



80 

19 20 
4 80 
2 00 



THE TOWN OK AVAKKFIELD. 



71 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 





Per- Real 


Total 




in 

m 


sonal. 1 Estate. 

1 


I AX. 


Linnell, Arthur P. 


I 


$ 600 


S 


$ II 60 


Stock in trade, 600. 










Linnell. ( ieorge VV. 


I 






2 OO 


Linnell, A. 1*. and (i. W. 






4,400 


70 40 


2 dwelling houses. Crescent ct., 










3600 ; land, with houses, 3-8 acre, 










800. 










Little, ( Christopher A. . 








2 OO 


Little. 'I nomas .... 








2 OO 


Little. Willis F 








2 OO 


Littlefield, George N. . 








2 OO 


Littlefield, Samuel F. . 




2,700 


6.200 


144 OO 


Stock in trade, 2500; 1 horse, 75; 










2 wagons, 100; 1 buggy, 25; dwell- 










ing house. Chestnut St., 1 700 ; stable, 










400 ; land, with buildings, 3-16 acre, 










1100; house and store, Albion St., 










1800 ; land, with house, 1-8 acre, 










1 1 So; land, cor. Xahant and Em- 










mons ^t., [-8 acre. 20. 










Littlehale, Ernest J. 


I 






2 OO 


Littlehale, Herbert B. 


I 






2 OO 


Livermore. Henrv T- • 


I 






2 OO 


Locke, John W . 


I 


300 


4,000 


70 80 


3 horses, 225 : 2 wagons, 75 ; dwell- 










ing house, Eaton St., 2800; land, 










with house, 1-3 acre, 1200. 










Locke, Josiah .... 


I 






2 OO 


Locke, Thomas 1 ). 


I 




4,400 


72 40 


Dwelling house, Emerson St., 850; 










shed, 50 j dwelling house, Emerson 










St., 2000 ; land, with buildings, 27,750 










feet, 1500. 










Lockhart, George H. . 


I 




200 


5 2 ° 


Lot, Byron st., 6,400 feet, 200. 










Lockhart, George B. . 


I 






2 00 


Look, Herbert .... 


I 






2 00 


Lord, Edward N. 


I 


45 




2 72 


1 horse, 25 ; 1 carriage, 20. 










Lord, Georgiana C. . 






2,600 


41 60 


Dwelling house, Bryant st., 1800; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 800. 










Lord, Alvin S. 


I 






2 00 


Loughlin, John .... 


I 


10 


2,200 


37 36 


2 swine, 10 ; dwelling house, Vernon 










st., 1500 ; barn, 50 ; land, with build- 










ings, 1-2 acre, 650. 










Low, James .... 


1 






2 00 



72 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Low, Maggie .... 
Dwelling house, Richardson St., 600 ; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 300. 

Low, James Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Nahant St., 600; 
land, with house, 1-3 acre, 250. 

Low, John ..... 
Dwelling house, Bennett St., 1600; 
land, with house, 23,931 ft.. 700. 

Low, Joseph K. . 

1 horse, 35:1 cow, 30 ; 3 carriage s, 
75 ; dwelling house, Park st., (G), 
2000 : stable, 250 ; greenhouses, 200 ; 
lots 17, 18, 22, 23, Low's plan of 
1846, with buildings, 1 2-5 acres. 
650. 

Low, Michael .... 

Low, Stimpson H. 

Low, Mrs. Ellen T. 

Stock in trade 500 : 1 horse, 25:1 
carriage, 25 ; dwelling house, north 
side of Bennett st., 600; land, with 
house, 1-4 acre, 150; dwelling house, 
south side of Bennett st., 800 ; sta- 
ble, 200; land, with buildings. 1-2 
acre, 350. 

Low, George J. . 

Low, Joseph K. Jr. 

Land, Myrtle st., 37,100 ft., 400. 

Lucas, George F. 

Lucas, George D. 

Lucas, William H. 

Lucas and Lee .... 
Stock in trade 1000. 

Lufkin, Stephen .... 
Dwelling house, Pleasant st., 1800; 
land, with house, 3-8 acre, 750. 

Lufkin, Stephen W. 

Lunt, Frank X. . 

1 horse, 50 ; 2 wagons, 100. 

Lunt, Francis .... 

Lutz, Moses .... 

Lynch. Catherine 

Dwelling* house. Herbert st., 700 ; 
land, with house. 1-4 acre, 200. 

Lyons, John W. .... 
Dwelling house, Fitch ct., 700 ; stable, 
1 50 ; land, with buildings, i -4 acre, 200. 



o 



Per- Real 



h sonal. Estate. 
to 



Total 

r 1 < 
I AX. 



9OO 



850 



2,300 



$ 14 40 



13 60 



;8 80 



140 



,100 53 84 



550 2.IOO 



1 ,000 



ISO 



400 



2 OO 
2 OO 

\2 40 



2 


00 


8 


40 


2 


OO 


2 


00 


2 


OO 


16 


00 



2.550 42 80 



2 


00 


4 


40 


2 


00 


2 


00 


14 


40 



900 



1,050 18 80 



THK TOWN' OF WAKKFIKLI). 



73 



NAMES AM) ESTATES. 



Lyons, John I leirs of . 

i cow, 30 ; dwelling house, north 
side Lowell st., 600 ; stable, 100 ; shop, 
30 : land, with house, 1-3 acre, 1 70 ; 
lots 2 1 , 22, 23, 24, 25, 32, Moses 
Swcetser land, 1 acre, 200; land. 
Long meadow, 3 acres, 50. 

Madden, Margaret '. 

1 dwelling house, Pitch ct., 400 ; land, 
with house, 1 -2 ac re, 300. 

Madden, Michael 

Maddo( k. ( leorge IL . 

Income, 1000 ; 1 horse, 100 ; 2 car- 
nages, 200; dwelling house, Law- 
rence st., 5000 ; stable, 500 ; land, 
with buildings, 5-8 acre, 2000. 

Magee, Andrew A. 

Magee, ( leorge .... 

Magee, James 1". 

Magoon, Charles H. 

Dwelling house, Avon st., 1500; 

land, with house, 1-10 acre, 900. 
Mahan, James .... 
Mahoney, Dennis 

Dwelling house, Highlaml st., 800; 

barn, 75 : land, with buildings, 3-16 

acre, 225. 
Mahoney, Maria D. 

Lot 59, Robinson's plan, 10,890 

feet, 1 75. 
Mahoney, Timothy, Jr. 
Mahoney, Timothy 

2 cows, 60 ; dwelling house, Bartley 
St., Xo. 1, 625 ; barn, 25 ; land, with 
buildings, lot 12, 9.900 feet, 250; 
dwelling house, No. 2, 1100; lots 73 
and 74, Rob. plan, with house, 21,780 
ft., 350. 

Malcolm, Zina B. 

Malone, Dion 

Maloney, John J. 

Maloney, John ^d. 

Melonev, Mary J. 

Dwelling house, Prospect st., 1700 
land, with house, 1-2 acre, 500 

Meloney, John A. 

Maloney, John 2d. 

Dwelling house, Vernon St., 700; 



c 

r 



I 
I 
I 
I 



Per- 



r SONAL 

■r 



Rem, 
Estate^ 



Total 

' 1 * 

I AX. 



S 30 S 1.150 % t8 88 



'OO 



60 



2,400 



1,100 



'75 



2 >35° 



2,200 



1,000 



1 1 20 



2 00 
1.300 7,500 142 80 



2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


40 


40 


? 

*# 


00 


*9 


60 



2 80 



2 OO 
40 56 



2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


00 


OS 


20 


2 


OO 


18 


OO 



74 



POLLS AXD ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Per- 



g 

P SONAL. 



Real 
Estate. 



land, with house, 5-10 acre, 300. 
Maloney, John W. 
Maloney, Michael 

1 horse, 100; 1 cow, 30 ; 1 wagon, 

40 ; dwelling house, Melvin st., 1000 ; 

barn, 75 ; land, with house, 1-2 acre, 

350 ; dwelling house, Cottage St., 

500; land/ with house, 1-2 acre, 

240 ; dwelling house, Melvin St., 

(Martin) 300; land, with house, 1-4 

acre, 125 ; lot, Melvin St., 125. 
Maloney, Patrick 
Maloney, Richard 
Malonson, Florin J. 
Mander, (ieorge . 
Manning. Bryne . 
Mansfield, Arthur 
Mansfield, Albert A. 

Stock in trade, 500 ; 4 horses, 200 ; 

3 wagons, 100. 
Mansfield, Carrie E. 

Dwelling house, Summer st., 1,750; 

land, with house, 7-12 acre, 750. 
Mansfield, Austin L. 

Stock in trade, 500 ; 10 horses, 600 ; 

1 cow, 30; 2 swine, 10; 3 wagons, 

75 ; 4 carriages, 150. 
Mansfield. Aldis E. 
Mansfield, Benjamin Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Vale ave., 2300 : 

land, with house, 1-2 acre,. 2 700. 
Mansfield, (ieorge J. . 

1 horse, 75 ; 1 wagon. 25. 
Mansfield, William R. . 
Mansfield, Charles F. . 

Dwelling house, Otis st., 2000 ; land, 

with house, 1-5 acre, 800. 
Mansfield, Edward 

Dwelling house, Main st., 1800; 

barn, Avon St., 500 ; land, with 

buildings, 5-8 acre, 3200. 
Mansfield, James F. 
Mansfield, Frances O. . 

Dwelling house, Lowell St., 

land, with house, 1 acre, 200. 
Mansfield, John R. 

1 horse, 75 ; 1 carriage, 75 

riage house. Crescent St., 50. 



900 



car- 



$ $ 



170 2,715 



Soo 



1,3^5 



TOO 



»5° 



2.500 



:)» 



000 



2,800 



I,IOO 



5° 



Total 

Tax. 



2 00 
48 16 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
14 80 



40 00 



23 ' 



84 



2 00 
80 00 



3 60 

2 00 

46 80 



5.500 90 00 



2 00 
17 60 



20 



THE TOWN OK WAKEFIELD. 



75 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


— 

c 


Per- 


Real 
Estate. 


Total 
Tax. 




S 

• 


sona 1.. 


Mansfield, Mary K. . 




$ 


$ 2,110 


< 33 76 


Dwelling house. Crescent St., 1000; 










-table, 150; land, with buildings, 










14 acre, 900; lot, east of Main St., 










m) feet, 60. 










Mansfield, Joseph 1 ). . 


1 


1,650 


7,200 


143 60 


Stock in trade, 1500; 1 horse, 75; 










1 1 arriage, 75 ; dwelling house, 










Albion St., 4000 \ stable, 500; land, 










with buildings, 3-16 acre, 1200: lot, 






• 




Auburn St., 1-4 acre, 1000: lot, 










(iouUl st.. 500. 










Mansfield, Mrs. M. B. . 






4,600 


73 60 


Dwelling house, Lowell st., 3200; 










stable, 200; land, with buildings, 










5 i-a acres, 775; pasture, east of 










Vernon st., to acres, 360; meadow. 










SOUth side Danvers K. R., 3 acres, 65. 










Mansfield, Phoebe 1 Leirs of . 




. 


2,500 


40 00 


Dwelling house, Crescent ct., 1000: 










stable, 100 ; hind, with building 










1-2 acre, 1400. 










Mansfield, William P. . 


1 






2 00 


Mansfield, William ( ). . 


1 




2,000 


34 00 


Dwelling house, Salem St., 1200; 










bam, 50: land, with house, 1-3 acre, 










75°- 










March, Emma S. and Parker, Frances J. 






3>3°° 


52 80 


Dwelling house, Main st., (unf'd) 










2500; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 










800. 






- 




March, Frank H. 


1 


435 




8 96 


2 horses, 200 : 1 cow, 30 : 3 car- 










riages, 200. 










Marden, Fred .... 


1 






2 00 


Marr, Morris A. . 


1 






2 00 


Marshall, Alson L. 


1 




2,100 


38 80 


1 horse, 50 ; 3 carriages, 150 ; dwell- 










ing house, Yale ave, 1000; stable, 










200; land, with buildings, 1-4 










acre, 900. 










Mason, David P. . 


1 




2,425 


40 80 


Dwelling house, Pearl st., 1600 ; 










stable, 25 ; land, with buildings, 5-16 










acre, 800. 










Mason, Willis S. . 


1 




1,850 


31 60 


Dwelling house, Cedar Hill ave., 











76 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



c 

— 



1500 ; 



1-2 



1300: land, with house, lot 4 and 
1-2 lot 2. 550. 

Matthews, Maria 0. 
Stock in trade, 400. 

Mauch, Godfrey .... 

Maxim, Charles R. 

Dwelling house. Lake St., 
shed, 25 ; land, with house, 
acre, 700. 

Maxwell, Joseph E. 
Stock in trade, 150. 

Maxwell, Wilbert P. . 

Mayer, Charles L. 

Mayer, Joseph .... 
I )welling house, Albion st.. 1 100 ;shed, 
25 ; land, with house, 1-6 acre, 275. 

Mayer, William H. 

Mayo, Nathan D. 
Stock in trade, 200; 2 horses, 150; 
1 wagon, 50. 

McAllister, David 

Dwelling house. Water st., r.Xoo : 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 900. 

McAvoy, James F. 

McAuliff, Timothy 

1 cow, 35 ; dwelling house. Railroad 
St., 1400; stable, 50: land, with 
house, 1-2 acre, 350. 

McAulifTe, Timothy J. 

McCabe, Mary L. 

I ) welling house, New Salem st., 1 200 ; 
land, with house, 1-2 acre, 250. 

McCleary, John .... 
Dwelling house, Fitch ct., 700 ; dwel- 
ling house, Vernon st., 1700; land, 
with house, 1-2 acre, 360. 

McCleary, John 2nd . 

McCabe, Michael 

McCleary, H. J. 

McCarty, John .... 

McCartv, Timothy 

McCarty, Charles 

1 cow, 30 ; dwelling house, Herbert 
st.. 650 j barn, 25 ; land, with build- 
ings, 1-3 acre, 150; lot, Middlesex 
ave., 14,000 feet, 200. 

McCarty. Dennis 

2 cows. 50 ; dwelling house, Broad- 



1 

1 

1 
1 

1 
1 



Per- 
sonal 



400 



'5° 



400 



35 



;o 



5° 



Rkal Total 
Estate. 'Fax. 



2,225 



i ,400 



1,025 



6 40 



2 


CK) 


37 


6O 


4 


40 


2 


()(» 


2 


OO 


24 


4() 


2 


OO 


<s 


40 



_\ 700 45 20 



2 00 



1,800 31 36 



2 00 
[.450 2^ 20 



2,750 46 00 



2 00 

2 00 

2 OO 
2 OO 
2 OO 

18 88 



i-775 .V 20 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



77 



\ \Mi:s AND ESTATES. 



way, IOOO : stable, 75 ; land, with 
buildings, 1 1-4 acre, 700. 

McCausland, William H. 
1 horse, 100 ; 2 carriages, 100 ; dwel- 
ling house, Sweetser st,, 1000 ; stable, 
151); land, with buildings, 10.S90 
feet, 600. 

Mc( 'askill. William 

McCullough, ( leorge . 

McCulloch, Peter 

Dwelling house, Franklin st., 1000; 
land, with house, 3000 feet, 350. 

McCormick, Frank 

Mil )onald. James W, 

M( 1 k>nald, Andrew 

Dwelling house, near Nahant St., 
300 ; land, with house, lot 47, 1-4 

acre, 15 ; lot 76, Aborn's plan, 1-4 

acre, 25. 
McDonald, 1 laniel 
Mil Donald, Eugene 1\ 

Mel )onald, William 
McFadden, James A. . 
McFadden, William E. 
McFadden, Zach. C. . 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 cow, 30 ; 1 carriage. 

50 ; dwelling house. Prospect St., 

1500: barn. 300; land, with build- 
ings. 1 1-4 acre. 350. 
McGlincey, C. J. 
Mc( dory, John .... 

1 cow, 35 ; dwelling house, Winn St., 

600; barn, 50; land, with buildings, 

1-4 acre, 250. 
McGlory, John, Jr. 

Dwelling house, Railroad st . 1400; 

land, with house, lots 6 and 159, X. 

E. Ice Co.'s plan, 3-4 acre, 400. 
McGlory, Frank 
McGlory, Thomas 
MeHugh, Timothy 
McHugh, Thomas 

Dwelling house, Hart St., 400 : land, 

with house, 1-6 acre, 100. 
Mcintosh, William 
Mcintosh, Duncan 

1 cow, 30. 
Mcintosh, Alexander H. 



o 
r 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

' 1 ^ 

Iax. 



200 



130 



30 



iw5° 3,3 20 



^35° 



35o 



2 


00 


2 


00 


2 3 


60 


2 


00 


2 


00 


7 


60 



2,150 



;oo 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
38 48 



2 00 



900, 16 96 



1,800' 30 80 



2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


IO 


OO 


-> 


OO 


2 


48 



2 OO 



78 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



c 

r 
■j-. 



PER- 
SONA!.. 



Real 
Estate. 



McKeon, Patrick H. . 

McKenzie, Daniel 

McKenzie, John 

i horse, 75 ; 1 wagon, 75 ; dwelling 
house, Broadway, 800; shed, 25; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre. 200. 

McKay, William P. Heirs of 

I ) welling house, Avon St., 2500 ; land, 
with house, 1-4 acre, 1500. 

McKinnon, John 

McKinnon, Frank 

Dwelling house, Main st., 2000 ; lot 
409, Greenwood ave., ,v S() and part 
387, Main St., 600. 

McLain, John .... 
Dwelling house, Broadway, [400; 
land, lots 9 and 10, with house. 400. 

McLaughlin, Margaret 

Dwelling house, Lake si., 900 : sta- 
ble, 150; land, with buildings, 1-4 
acre, 300. 

McLeod, John .... 

McMahan, James 

McMahan, John .... 
1 cow, 30; dwelling house, Herbert 
St., 1000 ; barn, 40 : land, with build- 
ings, 1-6 acre, 80. 

McMahan, Mary 

Lot, Middlesex St., 9,675 ft., too. 

McMahan. Thomas 

1 >welling house, Richardson St., 800 ; 
shop, 2 j : land, with buildings, 1-4 
acre, 325. 

McMahan, Thomas 2nd 

McMahan, John H. 

McCarty, Michael 

McGuire, Richard 

McManuis, John A. 

1 horse, 75 : 2 cows, 60 ; 1 swine, 5 ; 

2 wagons, 60 ; dwelling house, Low- 
ell St., 500 : stable, 50 ; land, with 

' buildings, 2 acres, 200 ; pasture, adj., 
6 acres, 250. 

McMasters, Jonathan . 

1 horse, 50; 10 cows, 300; 2 wag- 
ons, 60. 

McMillan. Angus 

McNeil, Henry .... 



S 



30 



200 



410 



150 1.025 



4.000 



1,350 



1,120 



100 



1,15° 



1,000 



Total 

1 AX. 



$ 2 OO 

2 OO 
20 8(> 



64 OO 



2 OO 

2,600 43 60 



I.800 30 80 



2 1 (>() 



2 OO 

2 OO 

20 40 



I 60 

20 40 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

21 20 



8 56 



2 00 
2 00 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



79 



NA.Ml.S AM) ESTATES. 



o 
r 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 

Estate. 



Total 
Tax. 



M< Quarrie, Allen 
McQuinn, William 
M( rague, Francis J. . 
M< Tague, I [ugh 

Dwelling house, Emerald ^t., iooo; 

land, with house. 1-7 acre, 250. 
McTague, James 
M( Tague, Robert 
M< I .1 [enry J. 
Meade, James 
Meade, Bridget M. 

Dwelling house. Bartley st., 550: 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 250. 
Meade, Mary A. and Maggie T. . 

Dwelling house, Albion st.. 1000; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre. 350. 
Meade, Levi A. . 
Mean) , John .... 
Mears, Albert F. ... 

Mears, ( reorge 1 ... 

1 horse, too : 1 < < w, 30 ; 1 carriage, 20. 
Melendy, James .... 
Mellett, Arthur W. 
Mellett, Alfred E. 

1 tricycle, 50. 

Mellett, Edward .... 
Dwelling house, Vernon st., 900; 
greenhouses, 150; land, with build- 
ings, 1 -5 acre, 200. 

Mellett, William .... 
Dwelling house, Nahant st., 400; 
land, with house, t-6 acre, 100; lot 
1, Abornplan, Nahant st., 1-5 acre, 50. 

Merchant. Sidney 

Merrill, Jacob S. . 

1 horse, 50; 1 carriage, 50; dwell- 
ing house. Summit ave., 2300 ; shed, 
25 : land, with buildings, 10,000 feet, 
300 ; land, cor. Prospect ave., iS,ooo 
feet, 500 : 2 lots, Summit ave., 22,- 
500 feet, 600 ; 3 lots, Dell ave., 
}2O0 feet, 325 ; 1 lot, Spring ave., 
11,000 feet, 200; 1 lot, Morrison 
ave., 1 1,000 feet, 200. 

Merrill, Charles S. . . . 

Merrill, Rufus F. 

Merrill, Rufus S. . 

1 ) welling house, Morrison ave., 900 ; 



1 - 
1 

1 
1 



1 

1 

1 



1,250 



800 



1,35° 



'5° 



50 



100 



1,250 



55° 



4,45° 



3,800 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

22 00 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
12 80 



21 60 



2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


4 


40 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


So 


22 


00 



10 80 



2 OO 

74 80 



2 00 

2 00 

62 80 



80 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



lot 28, with house, 11,760 feet, 200 ; 

dwelling house, Summit ave., 2300 ; 

lots 9 and 10, with house, 20,662 

feet, 400. 
Merrill, George A. B. . 

Dwelling house, Summit ave., 2000; 

land, with house, 12,460 feet, 300 ; 

lot 26, Summit ave., 200 ; lots 4 and 

5, Dell ave., 22,500 feet, 500. 
Merrill, Moses P. ... 

Land, cor. Converse and Gould sts., 

15,324 feet, 350. 
Merrill, Walter E. 
Merritt, Andrew 1). 
Mersch, Antoinne 
Miller, John A. . 
Miller, Frank D. 

Dwelling house, Railroad st., 2200: 

stable and shed, 400 ; land, with 

buildings, 3-4 acre, 600. 
Miller, Henry F. and Sons, Piano Co. 

Machinery, 1500; brick building, 

Smith st., 40,000; land, with build- 
ing, 3-4 acre, 5000. 

Miller, Duty T 

Miller, James .... 
Miller, Edwin C. ... 

1 cow, 30 ; 1 boat, 40. 
Miller, Ida F. 

Dwelling house, Lawrence st., 5000 ; 

land, with house, 1-5 acre, 1000. 
Millerick, Joanna 

Dwelling house, Otis St., 800 ; land, 

with house, 3,900 feet, 200. 
Millerick, James .... 
Millerick, John .... 
Millerick, Jeremiah 

1 horse, 125 ; 1 carriage, 100. 

Millikin, CO 

Mitchell, Reuben H. . 
Mitchell, George E. 

1 horse, 75 ; 1 wagon, 25. 
Mitchell, Thomas Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Nelly St., 500 : land, 

with house, 1-8 acre, 100. 
Mitchell, Herbert 
Minniken, John .... 
Mitts, Charles L. ... 



$ 



35° 



1,500 



70 



225 



TOO 



3» 2 °° 



6.000 



1 ,000 



600 



Total 
Tax. 



3,000; 50 00 



7 60 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

53 2( > 



45,000 744 00 



2 00 

2 00 

3 I2 
96 00 

16 00 



2 


00 


2 


00 


5 


60 


2 


00 


2 


00 


3 


60 



9 60 



2 OO 
2 OO 
2 OO 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



81 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Per- 



P SONAL. 

c/5 



Real 
Estate. 



Moncrief, (i. Edward ... i 

Mohle, I [erman .... i 

Mollica, N. ( ). . . . i 

Stock in trade, 300; 2 horses, 100; 

2 wagons, 100. 
Montgomery. William 
Moody, Levi J. Heirs of 

2 dwelling houses, Bryant St., 2600: 

land, with houses. 1-8 acre, 400. 
Mooney, James .... 1 

Moore. Arthur .... 1 

Moran, John .... i 

Dwelling house, Melvin st., 800; 

shop, 25 : land, with buildings, 3-8 

acre, 250 ; dwelling house, Water St., 

600 ; land, with house, 3 acres, 325. 

Moran, Alon/o 1 ). . . . 1 

Moran, James .... 1 

Moran, ( reorge W. ... 1 

Morgan, Hugh .... 1 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 wagon, 50 ; dwelling 

house, Lake st., 1200; stable, 200; 

land, with buildings, 484)0 feet, lot, 

1 .ake st., 4800 feet, 450. 
Morgan, John .... 

Dwelling house, Pleasant >i., 1500; 

land, with house, 1-5 acre, 500; 

house lot west of Melvin st., 1-6 

acre, 150. 
Morgan, Mary .... 

Lot 25, Lake ^t.. 3-16 acre, 250. 
Morgan, Henry J. 1 

Morrill. John G. ... 1 

Stock in trade, 1000 ; 8 horses, 800; 

2 swine, 10; 2 carriages, 100; 4 
wagons, 250 ; dwelling house, La- 
fayette st., 2400 ; stable, 1000 ; land, 
with buildings, 3-4 acre, 2000 ; dwel- 
ling house, Railroad st., 1800; land, 
with house, 1-2 acre, 250 ; dwelling | 
house, Spaulding st., 700 ; ice houses, 
Spaulding st., 1000 ; land, with build- 
ings, 3-5 acre, 1000 ; woodland, east 
of Nahant st., 16 acres, 150: lot 8,1 
north of Oak st., 1 3-4 acre, 150. 

Morrill, Lee S. 1 

Morrison. George R. . . . 1 

1 dwelling house, Main St., 2400 ; land, 



^^ 



;oo 



100 



Total 

Jan. 

$ 2 CO 

2 00 

10 00 



3,000 



2,000 



.,850 



250 



4,000. 



2 


00 


48 


00 


2 


00 


i 


00 


34 


00 



.•)J 



2 OO 
2 OO 
2 OO 
2<» 



I50 36 40 



2,l6o 10,550 20« 



4 OO 
2 CO 



2 OO 

66 OO* 



82 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



hj 
o 
r 
r 1 

CO 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

lAX. 



with house, 1-3 acre, 1600. 
Morrison, Elmer E. 
.Morse, Mrs. Sarah 

Dwelling house, Greenwood st., 800 ; 

stable, 150; land, with buildings, 

1 1-2 acre, 450. 
Morse, Henry R. 

1 cow, 30. 
Morse, William S. 
Morton, Joseph .... 

1 hvelling house, Crescent St., 3800 ; 

stable, 350 ; land, with buildings, 

3-10 acre, 1450. 
Mortimer, William 
Moses, Bert 
Moses, George T. 
Moses, Hamilton Heirs of 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 cow, 

house, Lowell st., 1000; barn, 100: 

land, with buildings, 4 acres, 800. 
Mosely, Abner .... 

Dwelling house, Main 



;o : dwelling 



st. 



1200 



2 5 



barn, 



stable, 150 ; land, with house, 3-4 

acre, 850. 
Moulton, William J. 

1 horse, 50; 1 wagon, 

Pleasant st., 100. 
Moulesong, Octave 
Mullen, Dennis . 

1 cow, 30. 
Munier, John B. Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Valley st., 500 ; land, 

with house, 1-4 acre, 80. 
Munier, Frederic N. . 
Munroe, J. R. . 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 carriage, 50. 
Munroe, Mary A. 

Dwelling house, Byron st., 1350; 

stable, 250; shop, 50; land, with 

buildings, 1 1-2 acre, 850. 
Murdock, Caleb • • 

Dwelling house, Pleasant St., 2200; 

stable, 350 ;land, with buildings, 1-3 

acre, 950. 
Murdock, John .... 
Murdough, Mrs. John 

Dwelling house, Highland st., 700 ; 

land, with house, 1-6 acre. 300. 



$ 



3° 



$ 



So 



75 



3° 



100 



$ 2 00 
1,400 22 40 



5,600 



1 .<);><> 



1,000 



2 4< S 

2 00 
91 60 



2 


()() 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


31 


68 



2,200 37 20 



100 4 <So 



2 00 
2 48 



;8o 9 2X 



2 00 
^ 60 



2,500 40 00 



3,500 58 00 



2 00 
16 00 



TIIK TOWN' OF WAKEFIELD. 



83 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



5°°; 



1-3 acre, 150. 



Murphy, Daniel Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Herbert st.. 
land, with house 

Murphy, Edward 

Murphy, Daniel . 

Murphy, Daniel 2nd 

Murphy, 1 tennis . 

Murphy. I )ennis 2nd 

Murphy. Michael 

1 cow, 30 ; dwellinghouse, Waterst., I 
725 : stable. 75 : land, with buildings, 
41-2 acres, 500. 

Murphy, Jeremiah 

Murphy, James .... 

Murray, Mrs. Ann 

i horse, 75 ; 1 cow, 30 ; 2 carriages, 
100: dwelling house Spaulding St., 
1200; stable and shed, 200: land, 
with buildings, 1-4 acre, 575 ; mead- 
ow land (Willis) 1 1-4 acre, 25. 

Murray, John A. 

Murray, John .... 

Murray, Ellen .... 

1 dwelling house, Turnbull ave., 1350 ; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 400. 

Murray, James B. 

2 horses, 200 ; 2 wagons, 200 ; dwell- 
ing house, Farm St., 450 ; barn, 50 ; 
shed, 50 : land, with buildings, 7 
acres, 500. 

Murray, Peter 

Murray, William H 

Murray, Alexander 

Muse, David 

Muse, Reuben 

Muse, Henry 

Muse, James 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 carriage, 75 ; dwell- 
ing house, Cedar st., 1000 : land, 
with house, 4000 ft., 200. 

Muse, Cassimere 

Muse, Charles 

Muse, Felix 

Muse, John Alex. 

Muse, John B. 

Muse, Joseph 

Muse, Joseph Jr. 



1 

1 



Per- Real 



O 

P sonal. Estate. 



Total 
Tax. 



$ 650, $ TO 40 







2 OO 






2 OO 






2 OO 






2 OO 






2 OO 


30 


1,300 


23 2<S 



205 2,000 



i,75° 



400, 1,050 



I2 5 



1,200 



2 00 
2 00 

35 ^ 



2 00 

2 00 

28 00 



25 



20 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



00 

OO 
OO 
OO 
OO 

OO 



2^ 20 



2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


00 


2 


OO 



84 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Per- 



r SONAL 



5*5° 



ft. 



Muse, Joseph W. 
Muse, Mark 
Muse, Simon 
Muse, Patrick 
Mulligan, John 
Moran, Horace S. 
Myers, Charles . 
Middle ton, John 

House lot, Lawrence st 

550- 
National Hank of So. Reading 

. Dwelling house. Vernon st., 1000: 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 400. 

Nathan, Albert F. 

Neiss, Frederick J. 

Dwelling house, Herbert st., 600: 
land, with house. 1-4 acre, 100. 

Nelson, Axel .... 

Nelson, William .... 

Nestor, Patrick .... 

Newbegin, E. J. . 

Dwelling house, near Main st., (G), 
800 ; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 

Newbert, Fred s. 

Newcomb, Hannah E. 

Dwelling house, Chestnut St., 2800 \ 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1500. 

Newcomb, Irenus W. 

Newcomb, Hiram 
Dwelling house, Greenwood, 3500; 
stable, 350; summer house, 100; 
land, with buildings, 1 1-2 acre, 850. 

Newcomb, Charles 

Newcomb, Harry 

Newhall, William J. 

Newhall, Mary .... 
Dwelling house, Newhall ct., 1400; 
land, with house, 1 -4 acre, 260 ; wood- 
land, Wiley st., 3 acres, 40. 

Newhall, John S. ... 

i horse, 50 : 2 carriages, 75 ; dwell- 
ing house, Pearl st., 2100; stable, 
100 : land, with buildings, 1-3 acre, 
tioo; dwelling house, Salem St., 
1800: stable, 100; land, with build- 
ings, 1 1-2 acre, 1500; dwelling 
house, Lowell St., 2000 ; stable, 400 ; 
land, with buildings, 1 acre. 300 






1 
1 



1 

1 

1 

1 



$ 



Real 
Estate. 

$ 



$ 



y^ 



1 .400 



■00 



1 ,000 



\,3°° 



4,800 



1,700 



1 2 



7,400 



Total 
Tax. 

2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
10 80 



2 2 40 



2 00 



•> 

J 


20 


2 


00 


> 


00 


•> 


00 


8 


00 



2 00 
68 80 



2 00 
78 80 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

27 20 



1 2 



40 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



85 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



c 



Newhall, Fred E. 
Newhall, Thomas R. . 

3 horses. 250 : 1 carriage, 50 ; dwell- 
ing house, Eaton St., 1000; stable, 
400: land, with buildings, 1-3 acre, 
9.00. 

Newhall, Charles W. . 

Nichols, Elmore 

Nichols, Emily .... 

1 dwelling house, Main st., 1400 ; land, 
with house, 1-4 acre, 3000; wood- 
land, Nah.mt st., 5 acres, 350. 

Nichols, Everett 

2 horses, 250 ; 8 cows, 240 ; 2 swine, 
10; 1 carriage, 50; 2 wagons, 50 ; 
dwelling house, Vernon St., noo; 
stable and shed, 730 ; shop, 50 : land, 
with buildings, 7-16 acre, 400 ; tillage 
land, Vernon St., 5 acres, 2500 ; pas- 
ture, Vernon st., 4 acres, 2000 ; 
meadow, near Fitch ct., 3-4 acre, 20. 

Nichols, Ccorge R. 

1 cow, 30 : dwelling house, Cordis 
->t., 800 : shop, 25 ; land, with house, 
3-16 acre, 400; land. Central st., 
4,0X3 ft.. 275. 

Nichols, Hero .... 
1 horse, 25 * 1 cow, 25 ; 1 wagon, 
20 : dwelling house, Prospect St., 
600 ; barn, 100 ; land, with buildings. 

4 acres, 500 : pasture adj., 14 acres, 
600. 

Nichols, Jefferson J. . 

1 horse, 125 ; 1 carriage, 75 ; dwell- 
ing house, Lawrence St., 1700: sta- 
ble, 100; land, with buildings, 1-4 
acre, 1000. 

Nichols, Jonathan 

Income, 2000; money, 1000, dwell- 
ing house, Salem St., 2500; stable 
and sheds, 500 ; land, with buildings, 
i acre, 475 ; pasture adj., ^ acres. 



250 ; meadow adj., 2 acres, 100 ; 
land, Lowell St., 2 1-2 acres, 350; 
woodland, 1-2 acre, 25 ; dwelling 
house, Pleasant St., 1600; land, with 
house, 1-7 acre, 600 ; dwelling house, • 
Emerald st, 2000 ; meadow, head of j 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate.! 



300 



600 



$ 



Total 

I AX. 

$ 2 OO 



2,3°° 43 60 



2 00 
2 00 

4,750 76 00 



6,800 120 40 



30 



1,500 26 48 



70 



1,800 31 92 



200 



3,000 



2,800 50 00 



8,700 



189 20 



86 



POLLS AM) ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Lake Quan., 3 acres, 50 ; land, north 
of Salem St., (Fay) 1 1-2 acre. 250. 

Nichols, Warren .... 
Dwelling house, Salem St., 1400; 
shed, 20; land, with buildings. 3-8 
acre, 500. 

Nickerson, Andrew 

Nickerson, Charles B. . 

Dwelling house, Walker Terrace, 
1800; land, with house, 400. 

Nickerson, Windsor 

Nickerson, Franklin 

1 horse, 50 ; 1 wagon, 25 ; 1 buggy, 
25 ; dwelling house, Lowell St., 800; 
stable, 300: land, with buildings, 
[-2 acre, 230; meadow, near Lynn- 
field line, 1 acre, 20. 

Nickei son, Gilbert A. . 

Nickerson. Solomon H. 

1 horse, 50; 2 wagons, 100; dwell- 
ing house, Pleasant St.. No. 1, 1300; 
\u. 2. 750: stable. 200: land, with 
buildings, 3-8 acre, 750. 

Niles, Charles E. 

Dwelling house, Vale ave., 3200; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1350; 
dwelling house, Chestnut st., 1800: 
land, with house, r-5 acre, 1000. 

Norcross y Sarah H. 

Dwelling house, Park st. No. 1, 
2200: stable and shed, 600; land, 
with buildings, 1-3 acre, 2000 ; dwell- 
ing house, Park St., No. 2, 1200; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 900; 
meadow, near Lynnfield line, 4 
acres, 75 : woodland, Water st., 3 
acres, 75 ; woodland, north of Oak 
st., 65 acres, 3700. 

North, Rums C. . 

Norton, Frank L. 

Norton, John C. . 

Nott, Charles E. . 

Noyes, F. Everett 

Nye, Edward B. . 

Nutting, Henry E. 

i horse, 100; 1 wagon, 50; lots 
363, 364, Greenwood Park, 400. 

O'Brien, John .... 




Real 
Estate. 



Total 

1 AX. 



$ 



1,920 



2,200 



% 



IOO! 



>35 



o 



150 3,000 



7-35° 



10,750 



l 5° 



400 



3 2 l 1 



2 00 
3 7 20 



2 00 

25 20 



2 00 
5 2 40 



1 1 9 60 



172 00 



2 
2 
2 
2 

2 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



10 80 



2 00 



THE TOWN OF WAKIvFIELl). 



87 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


- 



r 1 


Per- Real 
sonal. i Estate. 


Total 
Lax. 




• 


( )'( lonnell, ( 'bar!' 


I 


$ 


$ 


$ 2 00 


( )'Connell, I tennis 


1 


185 




4 96 


i horse, too; 2 cows. 60: 1 car- 










riage, 25. 










< )'( !onnell, Mary .... 






1,000 


16 00 


Dwelling house. Railroad St., 500; 










barn. 100 ; laud, with buildings, 2-3 










re, 400. 










( I'Connell, Jeremiah 


I 


3° 


2.900 


48 88 


1 cow, 30 ; dwelling house, Richard- 










son st., No. 1, 1400; No. 2, 1 100; 










land, with houses, 1-4 acre, 380; 










land, Vernon st., 1-12 acre, 20. 










< )'( lonnell, John .... 


I 


3° 




2 48 


1 cow, 30. 










( t'Connell, Julia .... 






600 


9 60 


I dwelling house, Lake st., 500 ; land, 










with house, 9,504 feet, 100. 










( )'Conncll. John P. . 


I 






2 00 


< )'('onnell. Mrs. Mary . 






500 


8 00 


Dwelling house, Lallister st., 400: 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 100. 










O'Connell, Timothy E. 


I 






2 00 


( rConnell, Michael 


I 


240 


1,700 


33 °4 


1 horse, 150; 1 cow, 30; 2 swine, 










10; 2 wagons, 30; 1 carriage, 20; 










dwelling house. Lake St., 800 ; stable, 










400 ; land, with buildings, 1-4 










acre, 500. 










( )'Connell, Thomas 


I 




1,200 


21 20 


Dwelling house, Emerald st., 1000; 










land, with house, 1-5 acre, 200. 










( )'Connors, Daniel 


I 






2 00 


O'Connor, James 


I 




1,400 


24 40 


Dwelling house, Broadway, 1200; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 










( )'Connor, Michael 


I 






2 00 


O'Connor, Patrick 


I 




1,45° 


27 6S 


1 horse, 50 ; 1 cow, 30 ; 2 carriages, 










75 ; dwelling house, Melvin st., 900 ; 










stable, 250; land, with buildings, 1-2 










acre, 300. 










O'Cleary, James .... 


I 






2 00 


O'Donovan, William . 


I 






2 00 


O'Donovan, Daniel J. . 


I 




i ? 575 


27 20 


Dwelling house, Vernon st., 1250; 










shop, 25 ; land, with buildings, 1-4 










acre, 300. 











88 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




r 1 


Per- 


Real 


Total 




Pi 


sonal. 


Estate. 


lAX. 


O'Hara, Margaret 




$ 


$ 400 


$ 6 40 


Lots 10, ii, Sargent's plan, Cedar 










St., 25,338 feet, 400. 










O'Hara, Benjamin 


I 






2 00 


O'Hare, John .... 


I 




410 


8 56 


Dwelling house, Valley St., 350; 










land, with house, 1-7 acre, 60. 










O'Hea, Bartholomew . 


I 




MS 


22 00 


Dwelling house, Vernon St., 900 ; 










shop, 50 ; land, with buildings, 1-4 










acre, 300. 










O'Hea, Eugene A. 


1 






2 00 


O'Hea, Daniel .... 


I 






2 00 


O'Hea, John M 


I 






2 00 


( )'Hea, James .... 


1 






2 00 


( )'Mar, John .... 


I 






2 00 


O'Neil, Hannah .... 






700 


1 1 20 


Dwelling house. Valley st., 400; 










barn, 200 ; land, with house, 1-3 










acre, 100. 










( )'.\eil, Thomas W. 


I 






2 00 


O'Neil, John .... 


1 




1,200 


21 20 


Dwelling house. Emerald st., 1000; 










land, with house, 1-5 acre, 200. 










O'Neil, John F 


1 






2 00 


O'Neil, Michael Heirs of 






1,600 


25 60 


Dwelling house, Franklin st., 1200; 










land, with house, 1-6 acre, 400. 










( )'Neil, Michael H. . . . 


1 






2 00 


O'Neil William ... 


1 




• 


2 00 


O'Leary, Cornelius 


1 






2 00 


O'Leary, Joseph A. . 


1 


100 




3 60 


1 horse, 50 ; 1 carriage, 50. 










O'Leary, Richard Heirs of . 






900 


14 40 


Dwelling house, Vernon St., 700 ; 










land, with house, 1-6 acre, 200. 










O'Leary, Arthur .... 


1 






2 00 


O'Rourke, Philip 


1 






2 00 


O'Rourke, Michael 


1 






2 00 


( )'Shaughnessey, Michael 


1 


3° 


700 


,3 68 


1 cow, 30 : dwelling house, Valley 










st., 600 ; stable, 25 : land, with 










buildings, 1-7 acre, 75. 










Ohlson. Charles A. . 


1 






2 OO 


Ogg, William .... 


I 






2 OO 


Ogilvie, David .... 


1 






2 OO 


( Meson, Louis E. 


■ 




5 2 5 


IO 40 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



8\) 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



3* Per- Real 
r sonal. Estate. 



Dwelling house Forest st., 500; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 25. 
( Miver, Albert F. .... 

Dwelling house. Farm st., 1200; 

laud, with house. 1-2 acre, 100. 
( Miver, Benjamin W. 

1 horse. 100; 1 swine, 5 ; 1 wagon, 

15 : 2 carriages, 50; dwelling house, 

Nahant st.. 650; barn, 150; shop, 
; land, with buildings, 1 1-2 acre, 

120; land. Farm st., 1-2 acre, 50; 

woodland. Nahant st.. 5 acres, 100; 

house lot, Nahant st., (Burrill) 1-2 

acre, 60 ; land, west side Nahant st.. 

3 1 -4 acres, 100. 

( >liver, Chester H. . . . 

( Hiver, ( '1 ara O. . 

Dwelling house. Cordis st., 500; 
sheds. 50 ; land, with buildings, 
3-8 acre, 350. 

< Miver, Elisha Heirs of 

Lot, Nahant st., 1-4 acre, 80. 
( Miver, Ernest E. 

Dwelling house, Lowell st.,800 ; shop, 
200: land, with buildings, 1-2 acre, 
100; lot, Franklin st.. 1-4 acre, 350. 

< Miver, Everett W. 
( )li\cr, George W. 

I dwelling house, Salem st., 400 ; shop, 
50 : barn, 50 ; land, with buildings, 
1 acre, 100. 
( Miver, George I. 

Dwelling house, Salem st., 600 ; land, 
with house, 3-4 acre, 150. 

< Miver, Henry N. 

1 horse, 125 ; 2 carriages, 75 ; wood- 
land, Nahant St., 5 acres, 100 ; land, 
west side Nahant st.. 5 7-8 acres, 

35°- 
Oliver, James .... 

Dwelling house, Oak St., 500: shop 

and shed, 200 ; stable, 100 ; land, 

with buildings, 1 acre, 100; meadow, 

north side of Oak st., 1 acre, 25 \ 

woodland, 1-2 acre, 25. 

Oliver, A. Lincoln 

Oliver, William .... 
Dwelling house. Nahant st.. 700; 



1 



Total 

I AX. 



I.3OO 2 2 8() 



200 1,250 25 20 



9OO 



80 
1,45° 



600 



2 00 



75° 



45° 



95° 



!-5 75 



2 00 
14 40 



1 28 
25 20 



2 00 
1 1 60 



14 00 



12 40 



1720 



2 00 
27 20 



90 



POLLS AM) ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


z 


Per- Real 
sonal. Estate. 


Total 
Pax. 


barn, 250; shop and shed, 150; 
land, with buildings, 1 1-2 acre, 150 , 




$ 


$ $ 


pasture adj., 1 1-2 acre, 75 ; tillage 
land, Farm and Nahant sts., 2 acres, 










200 ; meadow, Oak St., 2 acres, 50. 








( )rme, Philip .... 


1 


1,200 21 2() 


Dwelling house, Myrtle ave., 750 ; 






stable, 150; land, with buildings. 1-4 






acre, 250 ; land, south of Mrs. Drakes. 








1-4 acre, 50. 
Orpin, William F. 


1 






2 00 


Orr, John E. 
Orr, John H. 


1 
1 






2 00 
2 00 


Osgood, Byron A. 


i 


53° 


8.600 


148 08 


2 horses, 300 ; 1 cow, 30 ; 2 car- 










riages, 200; dwelling house, Chest- 
nut St., 5500 ; stable, 500 ; land, with 










buildings, 1-4 acre, 1300 ; dwelling 










house, Elm St., 1000 : land, with 










house, 1 1-6 acre, 275 ; meadow. 










east of Elm St., 25. 










Osgood, Emma A. 






IO,2 00 


163 20 


Dwelling house, Elm St., 2500: sta- 








ble, 400 ; hennery, 100 ; land, with 










buildings, 1 1-2 acre, 900; new 










house, west side of Elm St., 3000 ; 










stable, 1500 ; hennery, 50 j land, with 










house, 4 acres, 700 ; land, south side 










Elm st., 1 acre, 250 ; meadow, and 










upland north side, Elm St., 10 acres, 










800. 










Oxley, Albert D. 

Oxley, J. Clarence 

Oxley, William E. . . . 

Packard, G. Arthur 


1 
1 

T 
I 






2 00 
2 00 

2 OO 
2 OO 


Packard, George Heirs of . 






I 20 


I 92 


Eand, Wiley PL, 1-12 acre, 80 : land, 








5 r '° 


south side Nahant St., 1-6 acre, 40. 










Packard, Marietta F. Heirs of. 






4.60O 


73 60 


Dwelling house and store, Main St., 










1 100: stable, 300; carpenter shop, 
700; land, with buildings, 5-16 acre, 










2500. 
Packard, William H. . 


I 


• 




2 00 


Page, Mrs. Alminah 






1,600 


25 60 


Dwelling house, Vernon st., 1000; 










stable, 250 ; land, with buildings, 








1-2 acres, 350. 











THE TOWN OK WAKEFIELD. 



91 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Paine, Freeman B. 
Paine, J. '1 nomas 
Paon, Thomas J. 
Paon, Fred 
Paon. ( Charles 1 1 . 
Paine, Stephen 

1 (welling house, 



Albion st. 



[OOO 



em st.. 1400; 



shed, 50 : land, with hou 

acre, 400. 

Park, ( alvin W. . 

Park, Edward VV. 
1 bo it, 25. 

Parks, Alice 
Dwelling house. Cedar st.. 
land, with house, 3500 ft.. 200 

Parks, Albert 

Parks, Arthur E. 

Tarker, Alverton 

Parker. Prank K. 

I dwelling house. Sal 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 800. 

Parker, Granville 

Parker. J. Fred .... 

Parker, Henry .... 
i tricycle, 50 ; dwelling house. Cres- 
cent St., 1800; land, with house, 1-4 
acre, 900. 

Parker, Hoyt B. . 

Parker, Mrs. J. \\. E. . 

Dwelling house, Lafayette st., No. 1, 
2000; No. 2, 1500; land, with hous- 
es. 3-4 acre, 1400. . 

Parker, Jacob .... 

Parker, John F. .... 
Dwelling house, Vernon st., 600 ; 
land, with house, 3500 ft., 60. 

Parker, Margaret Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, W. Chestnut st., 
3000 : stable, 400 ; greenhouses, 350 ; 
shed, 50 ; land, with buildings, 1 3-4 
acre, 2800 ; land, south side W. 
Chestnut St., 1 acre, 500. 

Parker, Moses P. 

Foreign R. R. stock, 600 ; 2 horses, 
150; 2 cows, 70; 2 carriages, 100; 
dwelling house, Vernon st., 1300; 
stable, 400; shed, 125; land, with 
buildings, 4 acres, 900 : tillage land, 




Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Tax. 



$ 



1,400 



1,200 



920 



2,200 



2,700 



4,900 



660 



7,100 



3,600 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
24 40 



2 00 
2 40 

19 20 



2 


00 


2 


00 


--> 


00 


37 


20 


2 


00 


2 


00 


46 


00 



2 00 
78 40 



2 OO 
12 s6 



113 60 



74 32 



92 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o 

r 



south side of house, i 1-2 acre, 300 ; 

land, cor. Vernon and Lowell sts., 

2 acres, 425 ; Island lot, r8 acres, 150. 
Parker, Samuel .... 

Dwelling house, Main St., 1300 : land, 

with house, 3-16 acre, 600. 
Parker, Samuel T. 

1 horse, 75 ; 1 cow, 35 ; * 1 wagon, 

40 ; dwelling house, Lowell St., 2000 ; 

greenhouses, 250 ; stable, 50 ; land, 

with buildings, 16 acres, 700. 
Parker, Simeon .... 

1 cow, 30. 
Parker, William I ). . 

1 cow, 30 ; dwelling house, Wiley St., 

450 ; stable. 150 : hennery. 50 ; land. 

with buildings. 1 1-2 acre, 150. 
Parker, William E. 
Parsons, Aaron .... 

Dwelling house, Winn St, 800 : land, 

with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 
Parsons, Charles W. 
Parsons, William A. 

Dwelling house, Summer st.. 1200; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 400. 
Parsons, Israel A. 

Stock in trade, 300 ; 1 horse, 100; 1 

carriage, 50 ; 1 wagon, 30 : dwelling 

house, Lafayette St., 900 ; shop, 500 : 

land, with buildings, 7-16 acre, 1350. 
Partridge, Edwin R. . 

1 boat, 20. 
Partridge, Eugene 
Patch, Charles Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Chestnut st., 2800: 

land, with house, y8 acre, 2200; 

dwelling house, Emerald St., 1400: 

land, with house, 1-10 acre, 220. 
Patch, Fred C. . 

1 boat, 50. 
Patch, Charles .... 
Pea'body, Silas .... 
Peabody, Wentworth X. J. . 
Peck, Henry C. . 

1 horse, 100; 1 carriage, 100. 
Peck, Louis E. . 
Peddie, Charles R. 

1 horse. 75 ; 1. carriage, 50 : dwelling 



1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Tax. 



$ 



! 5° 



30 



20 



50 



200 



I2 5 



$ 



1.900 32 i<> 



3,000 



600 



52 40 



2 48 



30 800 15 28 



I 
I 


1 ,000 


2 OO 

iS 00 


I 
I 


1 .600 


2 OO 

27 60 



480 2,750 53 68 



2 3 2 

2 00 
6,620 105 92 



'y 


80 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 




20 


2 


OO 


'3 


60 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



93 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



c 
v. 



house, Wiley PI., 500 : laud, with 
house, 1 -7 acre, 100. 

Pendergrace, Edward H. 

Pendleton, Allen H. 

Pendleton, Annie F. 

Dwelling house, Spring st., 2200: 
hennery, 50; land, with buildings, 
23,550 ft., 500. 

Pendleton, F. M. 
Lots 366-367 Greenwood Park, 300. 

Pennell, Sumner 

Horse, 100: carriage, 50; dwelling 
house, Richardson st., 2100; stable, 
250; land, with buildings, 1-2 acre, 
700. 

People's Ice Co. .... 
Dwelling house, Railroad st.. 700; 
ice houses, 2OO0 ; land, with build- 
ings, 3 acres, 1300 : house lot. Rail- 
road st.. 1-4 acre. 200. 

Percival. Edward 

Perham, Andrew J. 

Perham, Herbert A. 

Perkins, I )a\ id 1 [eirs of 

Dwelling house, Salem st., 2800 ; 
stable, 200 ; shop, 200 ; land, with 
buildings, 3-4 acre, 2400. 

Perkins, Charles A. 

Perkins, Elizabeth 

Dwelling house, Lafayette st., 2600 ; 
land, with house 1-2 acre, 1400. 

Perkins. Lydia .... 
Dwelling house, Lafayette st., 2100; 
land, with house. 1-4 acre, 11 00. 

Perkins, Andrew C. 

Dwelling house, Chestnut St., 2200: 
shop, 100; dwelling house, Chestnut 
st.. No. 2, 2300 ; land, with buildings, 
1-2 acre, 2900 ; dwelling house, Pearl 
st., 2200 ; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 
700 ; dwelling house, Albion st., 900 ; 
block, Albion st., 2800; land, with 
buildings, 1-8 acre, 1200. 

Perkins, John and William K. 

Store building and stable, Railroad 
st., 600; barn and sheds, 250; store 
house, 50; office, Railroad st., 150: 
land, with buildings, 1 acre, 2000. 



Per- 
sonal 

$ 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Tax. 



1 
1 
1 



■50 



$ 



2.-75° 



.> 



00 



3>°5° 



|,600; 



4,000 



o> 



:oo 



15>3°° ] 



2 00 
2 00 

44 00 



6 80 



53 -<> 



4,200 67 20 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

89 60 



2 00 
64 00 



1 20 



146 80 



3,050] 48 80 



<)4 



TOLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Perkins, ( )liver .... 
Dwelling house. W. Chestnut St., 
2 200 ; stable, 300 ; land, with build- 
ings, 1 acre, 1000. 

Perkins, Walter F. 

Dwelling house, VV. Chestnut St., 

900 : land, with house, 15,000 feet, 

; lot, Lafayette st.. 1-4 acre. 1250. 

Perkins, Wilbur < ... 

Perkins, Zenas .... 

Perkins, John II. 

Perkins, Albert R. 

Perkins, William K. 

1 horse. 75 : r cow. 30 ; 1 wagon, 
35 ; 1 carnage, 50; dwelling house, 
Court st.. 1200 : carriage house, 100 ; 
stable, 300 : land, with buildings, 3-4 
acre, 600; store building. Mechanic 
St., 3200 : land, with house, 1-20 
i< re, 600 : dwelling house, Water st.. 
1400: shed, 50: land, with build- 
ings, 1-6 acre, 450; store building. 
Main St., 1200; land, with building. 
[-16 acre, 1000; dwelling house, 
cor. Main and Summer sts., 1000; 
land, with house, 1-6 acre, 500; 
dwelling house. Charles st., 1000; 
land, with house. 1-7 acre, 
dwelling house, Cordis st.. 
barn. 75 : land, with house, 6 acres, 
400 ; woodland, "Happy Hollow" 75. 

Perkins. Joseph E. 

I 'welling house, cor. Greenwood and 
Francis aves., 1800: land, with 
house, lot 279, 6,943 feet, 500; 
dwelling house, Greenwood ave., 
1500; lots 103, 104, Greenwood 
ave., 6000 feet, 400 : lots 225 to 231 
inclusive, Madison ave., 21,000 feet, 
1400 : lots 254 to 260, inclusive, 
Madison ave., 21,000 feet, 1400; 
Mots 295 to 302 inclusive, Greenwood 
ave., 24,000 feet, 1600; lot 370, 
5,382 feet, 250. 

Perrault, Joseph .... 

Perry, H. C. 

Perry. George C. ... 

Perry. Austin E. .... 




250; 
300; 



Real 
Estate. 



1 1 ' 

Iota 1, 

r 1 ^ 

I AX. 



$ ;,soo| $ zS 00 



2,500 42 00 



190 13.700 



2 OO 
2 OO 
2 OO 
2 OO 
224 24 



S50 



[43 60 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



0; 



NAMES AND ESTAT] - 



13 

C 
r 

7 



Per- 
son a i.. 



Real 

Estate. 



Total 

Tax. 



Perry, Clara A. . 

Dwelling house, Emerson St., 6oo ; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1000. 

Perry, Lero) .... 

2 horses, 150 ; 1 cow, 30 ; 1 car- 
riage, 40 : dwelling house, Main St., 
800 j 'nam. [50; hennery, 25 : land, 
with buildings, 1-4 a< re. 250. 

Peterson, Augustus 
Peterson, John 
Peterson, Neil 
Pettiner, William 1 1. . 
Phelan, Thi imas 1. 
Phelps, Albert 1 :." 
Phelps, Charles H. 
Philbrook, Alvin S. 
Philbrook, ( leorge M. . 
Philpot, Mrs. E. W. . 

Dwelling house. Nahant St., 1300: 

land, with house, 1-2 acre, 1000. 
Phinney, Albert .... 

1 hor>e. 25 : 3COWS, 90 ; 1 swine, 5 ; 

dwelling house. New Salem St., 650; 

barn, 250 ; land, with buildings, 

4 1-4 acres. 400. 
Phinney, I >avid A. 
Phipps, George W. 
Phipps, Irving E. 
Phipps, John W. Heirs of . 

Dwelling house Pleasant st., 1900; 

land, with house, 1 -4 acre, 900. 
Phij)];.^ Solon P. ... 

Peirce, Eva ( '•. 

Dwelling house. Avon st., 2500; 

land, with house, 5760 ft., 900; 

[welling house. Park st., 1900 ; land, 

with house, 1-5 acre, 700. 
Peirce, (ieorge H. 

1 boat, 20. 
Pindekousky, Alexander 
Pindekousky, Ellen M. 

Dwelling house, Elm st., 1300 ; shop, 

25 ; land, with buildings, 5-8 acre, 

400. 
Pink ham, Henry P. . 

Income, 500 ; dwelling house, Park 

>t., 1900 ; land, with house, 800. 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



$ 1,600 S 25 60 



220 1.225 2 5 ' 2 



2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 



2,300 36 <So 



1 20 r T.300 



2,'SOO 



6,000 



20 



1,725 



^00| 2,700 



■4 72 



2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


44 


80 


2 


00 


96 


00 



232 



2 OO 
27 60 



53 20 



90 



POLLS AM) ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



Pinkham, H. P. and Blanchard, Wil- 
liam A. 

Land, Gould St., 1-4 acre, 650. 
Pitman, Emma G. 

Dwelling house, Broadway, 1700; 

land, with house, 1 acre, 300. 
Pitman, Cyrus W, 

Land. cor. Emerson and Auburn sts., 

16,093 feet, 1 200. 
Pitman, Lawrence J. . 

1 horse. 100: 2 carriages, 150. 
Pitman. Mrs. L. J. 

Dwelling house, Main St., 3600; 

summer house, 400; stable, 100; 

land, with buildings, 183-4 acres, 

1500. 
Pitman, Richard L. . 
Place, George H. 
Place, Charles H. 
'Poland, Edwin F. 
Poland, Ella M. . 

Dwelling house. Wave ave.. 2300: 

land, with house, 10,785 feet. .Soo. 
Poland, J. Warren 
Poland, J. Warren & Co. 

Stock in trade, 2500. 
Pond, Charles W. Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 700; sta- 
ble, 100 ; land, with buildings, 3-4 

acre, 120; pasture, Salem st., 3 

acres, 180. 
Pond, C. Frank .... 
Poole, Franklin .... 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 1800; 

stable, 200; land, with buildings. 

1-2 acre, 1250. 
Poole, Warren 
Pope, Charles H. 
Pope, J. Hoi man 
Pope, Arthur H. . 
Pope, H. Warren 
Potter. George H. 

Lots 368, 369, Greenwood Park, 300. 
Potter, James W. 

I hvelling house, near Gould st., 

2000 ; stable, 300 ; land, with house, 

1 acre, 700 : dwelling house, I^ike 



$ 



1 .200 



2=;o 



2.500 



5,600 



Total 
Tax. 



$ 650! $ 10 40 



2,000 32 00 



2 1 20 

6 00 
89 60 





2 


00 






00 




2 


00 




2 


00 


J,IOO 


49 


60 




2 


• 

00 




40 


00 


J, 100 


l l 


60 




2 


00 


3> 2 5° 


54 


00 





2 


00 




2 


00 




2 


00 




2 


00 




2 


00 


300 


6 


80 



8,100 131 60 



T11K TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



97 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


-3 




Per- 


Real 


Total 




£ 


sonal. 


Estate. 


Tax. 


st.. No. i, 2300; No. 2, 2000; 




$ 


$ 


$ 


land, with houses. 1 - 3 acre, 800. 










Totter, Orrin C. . 


1 




1,850 


31 60 


Dwelling house, Broadway, 1200; 










stable, 150; land, with buildings, 










3-4 acre, 300; lot 7, Robinson's 










plan, 100 ; lot, 8, 100. 










Porter, Alice .... 






i 5 45° 


23 20 


Dwelling house, Byron st., 1300; 










lot 147, Robinson's plan, with 










house, 150. 










Porter, Frank I\ . 


I 






2 00 


Porter, Joel .... 


I 


150 




4 40 


Wood, 150. 










Porter, William 1 ). 


I 






2 00 


Pratt. Harris .... 


I 




1,45° 


25 20 


Dwelling house, Vernon st.. 1000; 










stable, 300 ; land, with house, 1-2 










acre, 150. 




• 






Pratt, Ida A. E. .... 






6,600 


105 60 


Dwelling house, Salem St., 4,400; 










stable. :oo ; land, with house, 35 










acres, 1600; woodland, west of 










Wiley st., 12 1-2 acres, 300 ; mead- 










ow, near Lynnfield line, 31-2 acres, 










Co; lots 56, 57, Slater's plan, 1-2 










acre. 40. 










Pratt, John J 


I 






2 00 


Prentiss, Joshua .... 


I 




1,45° 


25 20 


Dwelling house, Summer st., 1000; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 450. 










Presrott, William A. . 


I 


■ 85 




3 36 


1 horse, 50; 1 carriage, 35. 










Prescott, Mary .... 






900 


14 40 


1 hvelling house, Central St., 700 ; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 










Preston, Arthur U. 


I 






2 00 


Preston, Miss E. R. 






3,200 


51 20 


Dwelling house, Pleasant st., 2200; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1000. 










Preston. Kdward F. . 


I 


100 




3 6o 


1 horse, 50 ; 1 carriage, 50. 










Preston, Martha E. . . . 






1,000 


16 00 


I hvelling house, Melvin st., 800 ; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 










Preston, John A. .... 


I 






2 00 


Preston, Joseph .... 


I 




1,300 


22 So 


Dwelling house, Lowell St., 500: 






; 





98 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



•-d 
o 
r 
r 
en 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 
Tax. 



stable, ioo; shop, 25; land, with 
buildings, 15-8 acre, 375 ; lot 6, 
Sweetser's plan, 50; lots 8, 9, 10, 
12, 19, 20, 25,933 feet, 250. 

Preston, Joseph Jr. 

Preston, William P. 

Dwelling house, Wave ave., 2000 ; 
land, with house, 8,775 ft»i 8°° J land, 
Albion st., 29,770 ft., 300. 

Pray, Mrs. C. R. 

1 dwelling house, Summer St., 900 ; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 400. 

Proctor, Edward E. 
Purdy, Edward J. 
Purrington, Angeline . 

Dwelling house, Centre st., 2200; 

dwelling house, Crescent st., 1300; 

dwelling house, Crescent St., 1100; 

land, with houses, 7-24 acre, 2000. 
Purrington, Elwin I. . 

Stock in trade, 200; 1 horse, 100; 

2 carriages, 150; 1 wagon, 30; car- 
penter shop. Centre St., 600 ; stable, 
300 ; shed, 50 ; shoe shop, 50 j land, 
with buildings, 3-16 acre, 1500. 

Putnam, Edward 

Dwelling house, Lowell St., 300 ; barn, 
200; land, with house, 1 1-2 acre, 
400. 

Putnam, E. A. Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Lake St., 1600; sta- 
ble, 100 ; land, with buildings, 2-3 
acre, 1200. 

Putney, Stillman J. 

Stock in trade, 500 ; machinery, 500 ; 
dwelling house, Pleasant St., 1400; 
land, with house, 1-6 acre, 600 ; 
dwelling house, south side Salem St., 
(Dunn) 1500 ; land, with house, 1-16 
acre, 650 ; armory building, Main St., 
2250 ; land, with building, 5900 ft., 
750 ; "Middleton" lot, Pleasant St., 
1-6 acre, 550. 

Putney, Caleb .... 
Dwelling house, Water st, 800 :. sta- 
ble, 100; land, with buildings, 1-3 
acre, 350. 

Putney, William C. 





$ 


$ 


I 






I 




3,100 
1,300 


I 






I 




6,600 


I 


480 


2,500 


I 




900 
2,900 


I 


1,000 


7,700 


I 




1,250 


I 







$ 



2 OO 
51 60 



20 80 



2 OO 

2 OO 

IO5 60 



49 68 



16 40 



46 40 



141 20 



22 00 



2 OO 



THE TOWX OF WAKEFIELD. 



99 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o 

r 
r 
in 




Total 
Iax. 



Qualters, Bridget 

Duelling house, Melvin St., 400; 
land, with house, 1-6 acre, 100. 

Qualters, Michael 

Lot 3$, A. Wiley's plan, 1-4 acre, 
150. 

Quinn, Peter .... 

Ramsdell, Eliza A. 

Dwelling house, Bryant St., 1800; 
land, with house, 1-10 acre, 400. 

Ransom, Katherine M. 

Dwelling house, W. Chestnut st., 
1800 ; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 

Ransom, Edward M. . 

Ransom, Robert ( '. 

House lot, Summer st., 7639 ft., 350. 

Rayner, James .... 

Rayner, John .... 
Dwelling house, Church st., No. 1, 
1200; land, with house, 1-3 acre, 
500; dwelling house, Church st., 
No. 2, 500; No. 3, 400; land, with 
houses, 5 acres, 1800; woodland, 
Ash swamp, 3 3-4 acres, 75 ; house 
lot, \V. Chestnut st., 4-5 acre, 1000; 
woodland, Ash swamp, 3 1-2 acres, 75. 
David .... 

Reagan, Ellen .... 
Dwelling house, Albion St., 1000; 
stable, 150; lots 116, 117, 121 1-2, 
120, 1 acre, 425; lot 122, Robin- 
son's plan, 1-2 acre, 400; dwelling 
house, Vernon st., 500 ; land, with 
house, 2-5 acre, 125. 

Reagan, Patrick J. 

1 horse, 75 ; 5 cows, 150 ; 1 carriage, 
25 ; dwelling house, Albion St., 650 ; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200; lot 
94, Robinson's plan, 2-5 acre, 130; 
lots 123, 124, Robinson's plan, 1 1-2 
acres, 270. 

Reagan, James .... 
House lot, Valley st., 1-4 acre, 80. 

Reagan, Timothy 

Dwelling house, Melvin st., 600 ; 
land, with house, 1-5 acre, 125; 
dwelling house, Water st., 300; land, 
with house, 1-5 acre, 260; dwelling 



Reagan 



500 



!5° 



2,200 



2,000 



35° 



5.55° 



2,600 



250 1,250 



80 



$ 8 00 



4 40 



2 00 

35 2 ° 



32 00 



2 


00 


7 


60 


2 


00 


90 


80 



2 00 
41 60 



26 00 



3 28 



1,650 28 40 



100 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




300; 



land, with $ 



wag- 



house, Valley St., 

house, 1-5 acre, 65. 
Reagan, Timothy 2nd. 

Dwelling house, Vernon St., 500; 

stable, 50; land, with buildings, 1-3 

acre, 150. 
Reardon. Daniel Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Hart St., 400 ; land. 

with house, 1-6 acre, 100. 
Reardon, Daniel H. 
Reardon, Patrick 

Dwelling house, Broadway, 700: 

land, with house, lot 8, 1-4 acre, 100. 
Reardon, William H. . 

Lot, cor. Melvin and Hart sts., 1-6 

acre. 125. 
Reardon, Michael T. 
Reddington, Patrick 
Reddington, Patrick P> 
Redmond. Maurice 
Reed, Charles 

2 horses, 75 : water < art. 50 ; 
on, 25. 

Reed. Henry 
Reid. Martha M. C. 

Stock in trade, 400 : 2 horses 

3 wagons, 150; dwelling house. - 
lem st., 850; store building, 1200; 
land, with buildings, 1-4 acre, 250. 

Reid, James R. . 
Reed, Samuel J. . 
Reed, Sarah M. .... 

Land, Myrtle st.. 15,900 feet, 200. 
Remmel, Jacob .... 

Dwelling house, Salem st., 1000; 

land, with house, 1 5-8 acre, 300. 
Reynolds, Patrick Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Traverse St., 

land, with house, 1-7 acre, 100 
Reynolds, Robert S. 
Rhoades, Frank X. 
Rice, 'Michael 
Rich, Edward A. 

Income, 500 ; dwelling house, Vale 

ave., 6000: land, with house, 1-2 

acre, 2800. 
Richardson, Elmer C. . 
Richardson, George McKay 



150: 



500; 



$ 



700 



500 



'-5 



200 



600 



500 



8,800 



Total 

' 1 ^ 

1 AX. 



13 20 



S 00 



: 00 



800 14 So 



4 00 







2 OO 






2 OO 






2 OO 






2 OO 


15° 




2 40 
2 OO 


700 


2.300 


48 OO 



2 OO 
2 OO 

3 20 



I.3OO 2 2 80 



9 Oo 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

I50 80 



2 OO 

2,500 42 OO 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



101 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



3 

r 
7 



Per- 

Sl >NAL. 



Real 
Est aim 



IOTA!, 
lAX. 



Dwelling house, Prospect st, 1800; 

land, with house, 30,000 feet, 700. 
Richardson, Mary A. . 

I dwelling house, Salem St., .Sou ; barn, 

50 : land, with buildings, 3-4 a< re, 250. 
Kit hardson, W. E. 
Ric hardson. S. ( ). I [eirs of . 

Money, 2000 ; d. house, Water st.. 

1.S00 : land, with house. 1 - 1 acre. 1500. 
Richardson. Solon O. . 

Stock in trade, 5000 ; income, 1500; 

money, 2500; 3 horses, 7^0; 5 car- 
riages, 750 : furniture, 1000 : dwelling 
house, Main st.. 4500 ; stable, 1000 : 

riding house, 600 ; land, with build- 
in . 30,000 : store building, 
\lbion St., 3000 : land, with buildin. 
i-.s acre, 1 000 ; labaratory, Mechanic 
St., t2Co; land, with building, 3-16 
acre, 1400. 

Ri< hardson, J. Warren 

Ricker, ( reorge 1 . 

1 horse. 75 ; 1 carriage, 50 ; dwell- 
ing house. ( Orchard st., 1500 ; stable. 
75 ; land, with buildings, 1 -4 acre, 500. 

Real Estate and Building Association 
Dwelling house, Chestnut st.. (Kil- 
re) 4200: land, with house, 1-3 
acre. 1500: dwelling house. Chest- 
nut st.. (Hilton) 1800: land, with 
house, 1-5 acre, 1000; dwelling 
house, Chestnut st.. (Tyler) 3000; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1000; 
dwelling house. Chestnut St., (Per- 
kins) 2000: land, with house, 1-4 
acre, 800 ; dwelling house, Chestnut 
St., (Darling) 2000; land, with 
house, 1-4 acre, 1000; dwelling 
house. Chestnut St., (Tufts) 2000; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1000 ; 
dwelling house, Auburn St., (John- 
SOn) 1800; land, with house, 1-8 
acre, 700 ; dwelling house, Auburn 
St., 1250 : land, with house, 1-8 acre, 
500; dwelling house, Gould st., 
(Lathe) 1800; land, with house, 
1-6 acre, 500; dwelling house, Gould 
st.. 1000 ; barn and shop, 300 ; land. 



> 



% 



1,100 



$ 



r.000 



3>3°° 



1 . 6,500 42,700 



1 7 60 



2 00 
84 80 



789 20 



,2 5 



>o75 



2 



00 

20 



98,050; 1,568 80 



102 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



with buildings, 1 2 acres, 4000 ; block, 
Albion st., 5000 ; land, with block, 
1-2 acre, 1000; 4 dwelling houses, 
Lake St., 2400 ; land, with houses, 
1 acre, 500 ; dwelling house, Cedar 
Hill, 2000 ; stable, 500 ; land, with 
buildings, 8 1-2 acres, 7000; dwell- 
ing house, Maple St., 800 ; land, 
with house, 1-8 acre, 400: dwelling 
house, Converse st., 1000 ; land, with 
house, 1-4 acre, 150; 4 cottages, 
Cedar St., 4000 ; land, with houses, 
1-2 acre, 1000 ; dwelling house, cor. 
Cedar and Chestnut sts., 1600; 
land, with house, 1-7 acre, 600 ; bank 
building, Albion st., 4000; land, 
with building, 15,486 feet, 4000; 
dwelling house, Murray st., No. 1 . 
1500; No. 2, 1600; land, with 
houses, 24,750 feet, 1500; dwelling 
house. Chestnut st.. (Mooney) 3000 ; 
stable, 800; land, with buildings. 
9-16 acre, 1050: carpenter shop, 
Railroad st., 800; store house, 200; 
land, with shop, 1-4 acre, 600; 
dwelling house, Gould St., (Weston) 
1400: land, with house, 1-3 acre. 
700 ; dwelling house, Cedar st., 
(Ballard) 1000; land, with house, 
1-4 acre, 680; 1-2 dwelling house, 
Pleasant st., (Johnson) 1400; land, 
with house, 1-12 acre, 500; dwelling 
house, Vernon st., (Kendall) 1000; 
stable, 200 : land, with buildings, 
2 1-4 acres, 200; dwelling house, 
Auburn st., 1500; land, witn house, 
1-5 acre, 500; land, cor. Gould and 
Elm sts., lot 159, 250; meadow lot, 
Albion st., lots 108, 109, no, 112,1 

H3> ll 4, H5> 3 J -2 acres, 




Real 
Estate. 



TO'lAI 

Tax. 



1500; 

lot 34, Richardson land, 1-4 acre, 
70; 2 lots, Converse St., 150; land, 
south side Byron St., 2 acres, 600 ; 
land, south side Byron st., 1 1-8 
acre, 400 ; land, Frank and Union 
sts., 350; lots 195, 196, 197, 206, 
207, 208, 209, 210, Robinson's plan, 
Frank and Byron sts., 2 acres, 800 ; 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



103 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




lots 17, 18, 19, annex, 26,531 feet, 

300; lots 37, 38, west side Gould 

st., 25,000 feet, 500; land, cor. 

( rould and Cedar sts.,5-8 acre, 1400 ; 

land, cor. Foundry and Albion 

sts., 2500. 
Kicker, Edwin Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Bryant St., 600; 

barn, 150; land, with buildings, 1-5 

acre, 600. 
kicker, William .... 

Machinery, 200; 2 horses, 50; 

dwelling house, Nahant St., 1500; 

stable, 100; shop, 300; sheds, 400 ; 

land, with buildings, 3-5 acre, 1300. 
Riley, Frank .... 



Cottage st., 300 ; 
1 -5 acre, 200. 



Dwelling house, 

land, with house, 
Riley, Charles H. 
Ripley, Winfield S. . . . 

Dwelling house, Eaton St., 800; 

shop and stable, 300 ; land, with 

buildings, 1-2 acre, 1400; dwelling 

house, Newhall ct., 900 ; stable, 

300; tillage land, with buildings, 4 

acres, 1200; woodland, near Water 

St., 13 acres, 300. 
Roach, John 2nd 
Roach, Patrick 
Roach, John 
Roach, Martin 
Roach, Thomas 

Dwelling house, Emerald St., 1000; 

land, with house, 1-8 acre, 225. 
Robbins, Dexter E. 

Dwelling house, Vernon St., 900 ; 

barn, 100; land, with buildings, 1-4 

acre, 200. 
Robbins, Dexter H. . 

Dwelling house, Pleasant St., 1 700 ; 

shop, 50 ; land, with buildings, 1-8 

acre, 550. 
Robbins, Fred'k E. 1). 
Robbins, I. G. . 
Robbins, I. H. 
Roberts, Charlotte M. Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Water st., 850 : 



$ 



$ 



*,35° 



250 



3.600 



500 



5,200 



1,225 



1,200 



2,300 



1,400 



2 1 60 



63 60 



10 


OO 


2 


OO 


85 


20 



2 
2 
2 
2 
21 



OO 
OO 
OO 
60 
60 



21 20 



38 SO 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

2 2 4O 



104 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real Total 
Estate. Tax. 



barn and shed, 200 ; land, with build- 
ings, 2 1-2 acres, 350. 

Roberts, Louis .... 

Roberts, Peter S. 

Income, 1000; money, 4000; 2 
horses, 250 ; 3 carriages, 300 ; dwell- 
ing house, Main st., 13,000; stable, 
1000: land, with buildings. 



8,9X1 



teet. 



Of j 



00. 



Robinson, Frank H. 

Dwelling house. Myrtle ave., 700; 
land, with house, 7,440 feet, 100. 

Robie. ( ieorge F. 
Dwelling house, cor. Greenwood 
and Spring sts., 3000 ; land, with 
house, lot 1, \a-h Farm, 17,850 
feet, 500. 

Rogers. Ellen s. . 

Dwelling house, \\". Chestnut St., 
1500; stable, 50: land, with build- 
ings, 1-4 acre, 1000. 

Rogers, William 1 ■'.. 

Roger-. ( ieorge A. 
1 horse, 50 : 1 



cow, 30 : 1 car- 



nage, 20. 



Richardson St., 
land, with build- 



Rolfe, Daniel P. . 

Dwelling house, Chestnut st, 1850; 

shop, 100; land, with house. 1-4 

acre, .1050. 
Rolfe, Emery W. 
Ronan, Mary C. . 

Dwelling house. 

1 100 ; stable, 100 

ings, 1-7 acre, 300. 
Ronan, Michael H. 
Ronan, John P. . 
Ross, John W. 

1 horse, 75 : 9 cows, 

riage, 25. 
Rosson, Charles P. 
Round, J. S. 

1 horse, 75 ; 1 carriage, 25 
Round, Jennie J. 

Dwelling house, Main st 

stable, 50 ; land, with buildings, 

1-4 acre, 750. 
Rourke, James .... 
Rowell, Ceorge S. 



270 



1 car- 



1500 



1 



1 
1 



$ 



5,550 17.500 



100 



370 



100 



2,300 



2 00 
370 80 



<Soo 14 .So 



3,500 58 00 



2,550 40 < s <> 



2 00 
^ 60 



3,000 50 00 



2 00 
1,50c; 24 00 



2 00 
2 00 

7 9 2 



2 00 

3 60 

36 80 



2 00 
1,650 28 40 



THi: TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



105 



\ \MI.S AND ESTATES. 



Dwelling house. Main st., 800 ; barn, 
> : land, with building 1 -4 
a< re, 750. 

Royal, Fred II.. 
Dwelling house, Byron St., '950: 
land, with house, lot [48, [-8 
acre, :oo. 

Ruggles, 1 \( in \ S. 
Dwelling house, Charles St., 2200; 
stable, 300J land, with house, 1-6 
.K re, 250 : dwelling house, Charles 
St., No. 2, 2000 ; land, with house, 



<>.ooo feet, 250 



lot, Charles St., 



Water st., 64.0 ; 
1-5 acre, 260. 



1 3,200 feet, 500. 
Russell, ( '. W. .... 
Russell, Ella L. . 

Dwelling house, Converse St., 1100; 

land, with house. 1-6 acre, 250. 
Russell. ( reorge ( ). 
Russell, ( reorge ( >. 2nd 
Russell, Joseph W. 

1 bicycle, 75 ; dwelling house, High- 
land St., 800 ; land, with house. 1-6 

acre, 200. 
Russell, Wilbur 1 . 
Ryan, Edward .... 
Ryan, Mrs. James 

Dwelling house, 

land, with hou>e. 
R\an. Richard 
Ryder, Charles J. 

Dwelling house, Main st., 2200; 

stable, 200 ; land, with buildings, 

1-4 acre, 1250. 
Ryder, Fred A. .... 
Ryder, Jephtha N. 

Dwelling house, Bryant St., 800; 

land, with house, 1-8 acre, 500. 
Ryder, Stephen E. 
Ryland, R. H. 

Dwelling house, Prospect st., 1100; 

stable, 350 ; land, with buildings, 

3-4 acre, 800. 
Ryland. Stratford [. . 

Dwelling house, Prospect st., 900; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 250. 
Rowell, J. S. 
Rvan, Charles K. 



Per- Real Total 
sonal. Estate. Tax. 



75 



$ 



1,150 20 40 



5,500 90 00 



■o5° 



M5° 



2 00 
2 1 60 



2 00 
2 00 
1 ,ooo : 1 9 20 





2 


OO 




2 


OO 


900 


14 


40 




2 


OO 


3.650 


60 


40 




2 


OO 


1,300 


22 


SO 




2 


OO 


2,250 


38 


OO 



20 40 



2 OO 
2 OO 



106 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



c 
r 
r 




Total 

I AX. 



Sale, John A. 

Dwelling house, Greenwood ave., 

1600 ; land, with house, lots 286 and 

287, 6000 feet, 400. 
Sanborn, Oliver G. . 

1 horse, 75 ; 1 carriage, 25. 
Sanborn, Joseph .... 
Sanborn, John A. ... 

1 carriage, 25 ; dwelling house, Wa- 
ter s.., 800 ; stable and shed, 250 j 
land, with buildings, 2 5-8 acres, 
500 ; woodland, adj., north side 
Water St., 10 acres, 200; land, east 
side Wiley St., 7 acres, 650. 

Sanderson, Edwin 
Sargent, Charles D. 
Savage, Henry H. 

2 horses, 250 ; 2 cows, 60 ; 2 car- 
riages, 150 ; dwelling house, Oak St., 
1500; barn, 600; hennery, 25; 
land, with buildings, 5 1-4 acres, 
600; meadow, adj., 5 acres, 125; 
woodland, 1 7 acres, 200. 

Savage, Joseph G. ... 

Savage, Harry W. 

Dwelling house, Oak St., 1600 ; land, 
with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 

Savage, Eugene W. 

Savage, Thomas .... 

Sawyer, Martin L. 

Sawyer, Edwin .... 
1 horse, 75 ; 2 carriages, 100 ; dwell- 
ing house, Lafayette St., 4000 ; sta- 
ble, 400 ; land, with buildings, 1-4 
acre, 1200. 

Scambler, Richard 

Dwelling house, Water St., 55c) : 
land, with house. 1-3 acre, 250. 

Scanlon, William 

Scannell, William 

Scannell, John H. 

Scannell, J. H. and Wm. D. 

Dwelling house, Traverse St., 1600; 
barn, 100; land, with buildings, 
7,000 feet, 250. 

Schefish, Louis .... 

Schuman, James .... 

Scott, Arthur .... 



$ 



IOO 



25 



460 



'75 



55 2,000 $ 34 00 



2,400 



3,050 



1,800 



;,6oo 



800 



^95° 



3 60 

2 00 
40 80 



2 00 

2 00 

;8 16 



2 00 



30 


80 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


94 


40 



14 80 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

31 20 



2 OO 
2 OO 
2 OO 



THE TOWN OK WAKEFIELD. 



107 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


- 


r 

• 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Total 
Tax. 


Scovell, George H. 


1 $ 


$ 4,800 


$ 78 80 


Dwelling house, Vale ave., 3300: 








land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1500. 










Seabury, s. M. 


1 






2 00 


Seaver, ( ieorge A. 


1 


75 


2,150 


37 60 


1 horse, 50 : 1 carriage, 25 ; dwell- 










ing house. ( !hurch St., 1300; stable, 










150 ;land,with buildings. 1-4 acre. 700. 










Seaver. Russell .... 


1 




2,000 


34 00 


Dwelling house, Main St., 1000; 










shed, 100; land,* with buildings, 1-2 










acre, 400 ; carpenter shop, 400 ; 










land, with shop, 3-16 acre, 100. 










Seavey, Edward E. 


1 


120 




3 9 2 


1 horse, 40 ; 1 carriage, 50 ; 1 










cow, 30. 










Seavey, lid ward E. Jr. 


1 






2 00 


Seavey, Mary A. . 




. 


3,000 


48 00 


Dwelling house. Albion St., 1300; 










barn, 400 ; land, with buildings, 7-8 










acre, 350 ; lot 69, Robinson's plan, 










1 -4 acre, 150 ; land, south side Albion 










st., 8 7-8 acres, 800. 










Sederquest, James A. . 


1 




i>325 


23 20 


Dwelling house, Charles St., 1000; 










>hed, 25 ; land, with house, 6,600 










feet, 300. 










Sederquest, Albert 


1 






2 00 


Severance, Joseph 


1 






2 00 


Shannahan, Daniel 


1 






2' 00 


Shannahan, Thomas F. 


1 






2 00 


Shaughnessey, John 


1 






2 00 


Shaw, Josiah M. . 


1 




4,600 


75 60 


Dwelling house, Church st., (unf 'd) 










1200; land, with house, 3-8 acre, 










800 ; dwelling house, Avonct., 2100 ; 










land, with house, 6500 ft., 500. 










Shea, John J. 


1 






2 00 


Shea, John F. 


1 






2 00 


Shehan, John A. . 


1 






2 00 


Sheehy, Thomas 


1 


50 


75° 


14 80 


2 cows, 50; dwelling house, Nahant 










st., 600; land, with house, 1-6 acre, 










150. 










Sheldon, Otis E. ... 


1 




2,150 


36 40 


Dwelling house and store, Main st., 










1500; stable, 75 j land, with build- 










ings, 1-8 acre, 575. 











108 



TOLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 





Per- 


Real 

1 T"^ 


1 
Total 




r 

C/3 


sonal. 


i Estate. 


1 AX. 

i 


Sheldon, Preston 


I 


$ 150 


$ 


$ 4 4° 


i horse, ioo; i carriage, 50. 










Sheldon, Alice G. 




3,600 


5 7 60 


Dwelling house, Avon St., 2500 ; 








land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1100. 










Sheldon, Isaac F. 


I 






2 00 


Sheldon, Chauncey E. 


I 


75 


2,600 


44 80 


i horse, 50; 1 carriage, 25 ; dwelling 










house, Lowell st., 2300; stable, 50; 










land, with buildings, 3 acres, 250. 










Shedd, Benjamin F. 


I 


210 


2,900 


5 1 76 


1 horse, 100 ; 2 cows, 60; 2 carriag- 










es, 50 ; dwelling house, Cordis St., 










1 100; stable, 550; land, with build- 










ings, 5-16 acre, 360; tillage land, 










Lowell st., 2 acres, 250 ; pasture adj., 










3 acres, 150; meadow, west of Rail- 










road st., 2 acres, 40 ; woodland, Ash 




• 






Swamp, 21-2 acres, 75 ; land, Pine 










st, 15 acres, 375. 










Shedd, Warren F. 


I 






2 00 


Shephard, Charles H. . 


1 






2 00 


Sherman, Everett W. . 


I 






2 00 


Sherman, John .... 


I 




500 


10 00 


Dwelling house, Forest St., 460 ; land, 










with house, 1-2 acre, 40. 










Sherman, Marcus M. . 


I 




2,35° 


39 6° 


Dwelling house, Bennett st., 1800; 










stable, 200 ; land, with buildings, 1-8 










acre, 200; lot, Lake st, 150. 










Shine, Dennis .... 


I 






2 00 


Short, Frederick . ... 


I 






2 00 


Sherman, Philip H. 


I 






2 00 


Silicon Textile Roofing Co. 




400 


800 


19 20 


Machinery, 400 ; manufactory, Mor- 










rison ave., 800. 










Simonds, Artemas 


I 




3>3°° 


54 80 


Dwelling house, Charles st., 2700; 










stable, 200 ; land, with buildings, 1-5 










acre, 400. 










Simonds, Harry A. 


1 






2 00 


Sinclair, George B. . . . 


I 






2 00 


Sinclair, and Hodgkins 






3>7°° 


59 2 ° 


Dwelling house, Charles St., 900 ; 










shed, 25 ; land, with buildings, 1-8 










acre, 125 ; dwelling house, Main st., 


• 








2300 ; lot 24, Norcross plan, with 






i 




house, 1-4 acre, 350. 




1 







THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



109 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Sing, Seong .... 

Skinner, Arthur .... 

Skinner, Benjamin L. . 

Skinner, Ida .... 
i horse, 50 ; 1 carriage, 50 ; dwell 
ing house, Lafayette St., (unf'd) 
1800; land, with house, 2-3 acres, 
1000. 

Skinner, Mrs. B. L. . 

1 hvelling house, Lafayette St., 900 ; 
barn, 50; land, with buildings, 3-16 
acre, 800. 

Skinner, Thomas J. 

Income, 300 ; dwelling house, Chest- 
nut St., 2200 ; land, with house, 5-16 
acre, 2000 ; lot, Chestnut St., (Evans) 
3-16 acre, 1 roo. 

Skinner, William G. 

3 horses, 100; 2 carriages, 100. 

Skully, Joseph M. 

Dwelling house, Gould St., 1500; 
land, with house, 3-16 acre, 500. 

Skully, Frank J. . 

Sleeper, Fred W. 

Sliney, John .... 

Sliney, Mary .... 

Dwelling house, Turn bull ave., 1000 , 
land, with house, t-8 acre, 175. 

Sliney, Michael .... 

Sloan, William J. ... 

Slocumb, Mrs. Nathan 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 350 ; barn 
and shop, 100 ; land, with buildings, 
1 acre, 400. 

Small, Samuel L. ... 

Smith, Elisha M. . . . 

Dwelling house, Crescent ct., (unf'd) 
600; land, with house, 1-7 acre, 600. 

Smith, Frank W. 

Smith, George H. 

Smith, John M. . 

Smith, Sidney C. 

Smith and Anthony Stove Co. 

Machinery, 16,000; foundry build- 
ings, Foundry St., 42,000 ; land, with 
buildings, 2 acres, 4000 ; brick build- 
ing, west side Foundry St., 1500 ; 
land, with building, 1-7 acre, 250; 




200 



16,000 



i,75° 



300 5,300 



2,000 



M75 



850 



1,200 



48,400 



28 00 



91 60 



20 



34 00 



2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


l8 


80 


2 


6O 


2 


OO 


13 


60 



2 


OO 


21 


20 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


1,030 


40 



110 



POLLS AIS'D ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



r 1 


Per- 


Real 


Total 




r 1 

• 


sonal. 


Estate. 

1 

1 


lAX. 


lot 22, Foundry St., 1-4 acre, 250; 




$ 


$ 


$ 


lot 23, 250; lot 24, 1-4 acre, 350; 










land, west side Foundry St., 16,716 










feet, 400; lot 26, C. Wakefield's 










plan, 200; lot 27, 3-16 acre, 200. 










Smith, Margaret .... 






900 


14 40 


Dwelling house, Salem St., 500: land, 










with house, 1 acre, 400. 










Smith, Taylor F. 


I 


1,960 


8,000 


l6l 36 


Income, 1000; 4 horses, 500; 2 










cows, 60 ; 4 carriages, 400 ; dwelling 










house, W. Chestnut St., 4500 ; stable, 










1500; land, with buildings, 1 1-2 










acres, 2000. 










Smith, Thomas .... 


I 




1,200 


2 1 20 


Dwelling house, Beacon St., 700 ; 










land, with house, 3-4 acre, 500. 










Smith, C. R. 


1 






2 OO 


Smith, Horatio A. 


I 






2 OO 


Smith, John W. .... 


I 






2 OO 


Smith, James .... 


I 




600 


[ I 60 


Dwelling house, Forest St., 475 ; sta- 










ble, 75 ; land, with buildings, 1-2 










acre, 50. 










Smith, Lucas .... 


I 






2 OO 


Smith, Joseph .... 


I 






2 OO 


Smith, Catherine F. . 






300 


4 80 


Woodland, south side Salem St., 8 










acres, 300. 










Smith, Porter .... 


I 




3» r 5° 


52 40 


Dwelling house, Eaton st., 1500 ; sta- 










ble, 150; land, with buildings, 3-8 










acre, 1500. 










Smith, William D. * . 


I 






2 OO 


Smith, Edward K. . . . 


I 






2 OO 


Smith, William E. . . . 


I 






2 OO 


Smith, William .... 


1 






2 OO 


Smith, Henry A. ... 


I 






2 OO 


Smith, Ludwig .... 


I 






2 OO 


Smith, Christiana E. . 






1,900 


30 40 


Dwelling house, Spring ave., 1300; 










' stable, 300 ; land, with buildings, lots 










13 and 14, 22,500 ft., 300. 










Smith, Frank L. ... 


I 






2 OO 


Smith, Helen M. 






1.55° 


24 80 


Dwelling house, Mt. Pleasant ave., 










1300 ; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 250. 










Smith, Joseph . 


I 






2 OO 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



Ill 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 





Per- 


1 
Real 

Estate. 


Total 




• 


sonal. 


1AX. 


Smith, George E. 


I 


$ 


$ 900 


$ l6 40 


Land, Elm st., 21-4 acres, 900. 










Smith, Jesse R. . 


I 






2 OO 


South worth, Ezra M. . 


I 




2,400 


4O 40 


Dwelling house, Lake st., 2000 ; land, 










with house, 1-6 acre, 400. 










Southworth, Palmer H. 


I 




3,000 


50 OO 


Dwelling house, Otis St., 2 100; land, 










with house, 3-10 acre, 900. 










Southerland, George . 


I 






2 OO 


Southworth, Mason S. Heirs of 




225 


5.675 


94 40 


1 horse, 100; 2 carriages, 125; 2 










dwelling houses, Cedar Hill, 4000; 










land, with houses, 5-8 acre, 700; 










dwelling house, near Wiley St., No. 










1, 500 ; No. 2, 200 ; barn, 150 ; land, 










with buildings, 1 1-2 acre, 125. 










Southworth, Sophia L. 






4,600 


73 6o 


Dwelling house, Eaton St., 2500; 










stable, 300 ; land, with house, 5-8 










acre, 1800. 










Spaulding, Lucinda Heirs ot 






3>5°° 


56 00 


Dwelling house, Crescent St., 1700 ; 










barn, 100 ; land, with buildings, 1-2 










acre, 1 700. 










Spaulding, William 


I 






2 00 


Sperry, Charles A. 


I 






2 00 


Sperry, G. Harry 


I 






2 00 


Stack, Richard .... 


I 






2 00 


Stack, Elizabeth .... 






2,000 


32 00 


Dwelling house, Bartley St., 1200; 










land, with house, 1-2 acre, 400; lots 










8^ and 84, Robinson's plan, 1-2 










acre, 400. 










Staples, Moses .... 


I 




2,500 


42 00 


Dwelling house, Otis St., 1600 ; land, 










with house, 1-4 acre, 900. 










Staples, Thomas 


I 






2 00 


Staples, Frederick M. 


I 




800 


14 80 


Dwelling house, Oak St., 700 ; land, 










with house, 1-6 acre, 100. 










Stark, Edwin .... 


I 






2 00 


Stearns, Charles H. . . . 


I 




10,800 


174 80 


Dwelling house, Main st., 5000 ; 










woodhouse, 200 ; stable, 400 ; dwell- 










ing house, Yale ave., 1200; land, 










with buildings, 1-2 acre, 4000. 










Stearns, Clinton H. 


I 




^55° 


26 80 



112 



POLLS AXD ESTATES OF 



NAMES AXD ESTATES. 



o 
r 
F 

C/3 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real Total 
Estate. Tax. 



Dwelling house, Lowell St., iooo: 
stable, 150 ; land, with buildings, 1 1-2 
acre, 150; woodland, adj., 14 acres, 
150; tillage and woodland, 1 acre, 
50; meadow adj.. 6 acres, 50. 

Sterling, Harriet A. 

Dwelling house, Lowell St., 600 ; 
stable, 100: land, with buildings. 
2 1-2 acres 300. 

Stevens, Alanson M. 

Stevens, Horace W. 



1 horse, 100 : 1 swine, 



1 car- 



riage, 50. 
Stevens, Mrs. W. H. . 

Dwelling house, Main St., 1000 ; land, 

with house, 1-4 acre, 300. 
Stewart. John I. . 
Stewarts. Alexander 
Stewart. Thomas 
Stimpson, John F. 
Stimpson. Mrs. Mary . 

Dwelling house. Main St., 1200; 

shed, 25 : land, with buildings, 3-8 

acre. 175. 

>ddard. Henrv \V. 
Stoddard. George W. . 
Stoddard. Frank E. 
Stoddard. William ( K 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 500 ; 

50; land, with buildings, 1-3 



shop, 
acre, 



Stohl. Carl ..... 
Stone, J. Henry .... 
Stone, Orrin .... 
Stone, Octavia .... 

Dwelling house, Nahant St., 750: 

land, with house, 1-4 acre. 250. 
Stout, John Heirs of . 

2 Dwelling houses, Bennett St., 1200; 

land, with houses, t-2 acre, 400. 
Stout, Richard S. 

-I hoise, 75 ; 1 carriage, 50. 
Stowell, Henry W. Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 1300; 

stable, 400 : land, with buildings, 2 

acres, 385 ; woodland, south side 



Salem St., ^ acres 



250 



meadow, 



$ 



*55 



12 5 



s 



$ 



1,000 16 00 



2 00 
4 48 



1.300 20 (So 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

1.400 22 40 



800 



T,000 



2.600 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

14 80 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

I 6 OO 



1,600 25 6O 



4 OO 



41 60 



THE TOWN OK WAKEFIELD. 



113 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



r 
p 
in 

• 


Per- Real 
sonal. Estate. 


Total 
Iax. 


Dark Swamp, i acre. 15 ; land, south 




\ 


$ 


t 


side Lowell St., 4 acres, 250. 








Stowell, Issachar 


I 


75 


1,300 


24 00 


1 horse, 50 ; 1 carriage, 25 ; dwell- 










in- house, Salem St., 1000: stable, 










150; land, with buildings, 3-8 acre, 
[50. 

Stringer, Thomas 










I 






2 00 


Strong. William C. 


I 






2 00 


Strong, William ( .. 


1 


375 


6 o5° 


1 12 80 


3 horses, 200 ; 2 cows, 60; 5 swine, 










40 ; 2 < arriages, 75 ; dwelling house, 










south side Nahant st., 1200; land, 










with house, r-3 acre, 750; dwelling 










house, north side Nahant St., 1200; 










barn, 600 ; land, with buildings, 7 3-4 










acres, 2300 ; land. Nahant st.. ( Bach- 










ellor) 1 1-2 acre, 500. 










Stubbs, Alexander 


1 






2 00 


Sullivan, Ann .... 






800 


12 80 


Dwelling house, Brook ave., 600: 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 100; sta- 










ble. 50; land, with stable, 1-12 acre, 










50. 










Sullivan, Eliza .... 






i-45° 


23 20 


Dwelling house, Hart st.. No. 1. 










600 ; No. 2, 350 : stable, 100 ; land, 










with buildings, 2-5 acre, 400. 










Sullivan, ( Catherine 






1 , 1 00 


1 7 60 


Dwelling house, Vernon .st., 900; 










land, with house, 1-6 acre. 200. 










Sullivan. John J. ... 


I 






2 CO 


Sullivan, Mary W. 






55° 


8 80 


Dwelling house, Melvin st., 350; 










land, with house, 1-8 acre, 200. 










Sullivan, John 2nd 


1 






2 OO' 


Sullivan, Jeremiah 


I 






2 OO 


Sullivan, Honora 






1,000 


16 CO 


Dwelling house, Hart st., 900; land, 










with house, 1-7 acre, 100. 










Sullivan, Thomas W. . 


I 


60 




2 96 


1 horse, 40 : 1 wagon, 20. 










Sullivan. Margaret 






1,650 


26 4O 


Dwelling house, Turnbull ave., 1400 ; 










land, with house, 1-5 acre, 250. 










Sullivan, Timothy 


I 




600 


11 6o- 


Dwelling house, Cottage st., 500: 










land, with house, 1-5 acre, 100. 




1 







m 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




35^>; 



Sullivan, William H. 

Sullivan Thomas 

Dwelling house, Middlesex st., 
land, with house, 1-6 acre, 50. 

Sullivan, Patrick .... 

Sullivan, Dennis 

Sullivan, John .... 

Sullivan, Daniel .... 

Sullivan, William 

Sutherland, John 

Swain, John P. . 

Dwelling house, Mechanic St., 600; 
shoe shop, 100 ; land, with buildings, 
1-40 acre, 300. 

Swain, Samuel ( ). 
Money. 200. 

Swain, Otis Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 1800 ; 
stable, 200; land, with buildings, 2 
acres, 3300; woodland. I.ynnfield 
line, 2 acres, 50. 

Swanson, Charles 

Sweeney, William 

Sweetser, Albert ( i. 

Money, 1000; 1 horse. 25; 2 car- 
riages, 50 : dwelling house, Main st.. 
No. 1 . 1500 ; stable. 250 ; No. 2, 600 ; 
land, with buildings, 1 acre, 2000. 

Sweetser, Asa N. Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Main st., 1675 ; sta- 
ble, 250 ; -hop and shed, 75 ; land, 
with buildings, 1 acre, 2000. 

Sweetser, Alfred I. 

1 horse, 60 ; 1 wagon, 20 ; dwelling 
house, Vernon st., 850 ; land, with 
house, 1-4 acre, 150. 

Sweetser, Alfred .... 

Sweetser, Edward N. . 

Sweetser, E. N. and Eunice S. 

Dwelling house, Summer st., 2000 ; 
land, with house, 1-6 acre, 300. 

Sweetser, George H. . 

i horse, 100; 3 cows. 90; 3 car- 
riages, 200 ; 1 wagon, 20 ; dwelling 
house, Pearl st., 1800; stable, 250; 
land, with buildings, 1-3 acre, 1200; 
.[welling house, Eaton st., 900 ; land, 
with house, 5-16 acre, 800 ; tillage 



Rem. 
Estate. 



1 

1 



1 
1 



200 






400' 



1 .000 



,l$o 



D»03 



1,075 4.35° 



|.')00 



1 .000 



2.300 



Total 

r f * 

I AX. 



$ 2 OO 

8 40 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

i.X (jo 



5 -° 
85 60 



2 00 
2 00 

■XX 80 



64 ()» 



[9 2 K 



2 OO 

2 OO 

36 80 



4I0| 5,300 93 36 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



11 



5 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



land, east of Danvers 



!(•• 



OD 



o. 



Sweetser, Edwin . 

i boat, 20. 
Sweetser, I [erbert II.. 
Sweetser, Edward S. 

Stock in trade, ioo; duelling house, 

Richardson St., 2200; land, with 

house, 1 -6 a< re, 300. 
Sweetser, Edmund 

Dwelling house, Franklin st., 1600; 

Kind, with house, 1-2 acre. tooo. 
Sweetser, Ezra M. 

Dwelling house, Bryant st.. 2000; 

land, with house, 1-6 acre, 600. 
tser, Fred A. 
Sw . Frank II. 

»ck in trade, 200 ; 1 horse, 75 ; 

1 carriage, 20 ; 1 wagon, 30. 
Sw< . 1 len 17 N. 

Sweetser, Warren 

Sweetser, 1 1 nam I [eirs of 

Money, 100; dwelling house, Eaton 
. 1700; shop, 25; land, with 

buildings, [-3 acre, 1 275. 
Sm r, Lemuel I Ieirs of . 

Dwelling house. Avon st., 1900; 

shed, 25 

acre, 1 1 00. 
Sweetser, I [enry 
Sweetser, Lyman E. 

ind, <or. Pleasant st 

ave., 8190 feet, Soo. 
Sweetser, Sarah .... 

Dwelling house. Pearl st., 2100; 

land, with house, 1-10 acre, 450. 
Sweetser, Louisa F. 

Land, west side Main st., 2000; 

meadow, south of Greenwood st., 5 
res, 500 ; woodland, Greenwood 

si.. [3 acres, 400 : land, Myrtle ave.. 

I Hood lot) 1-2 acre, 400. 
Sweetser, I\ H. and A. N. 

Land, Summer and Nahant sts., 2 

aces, 4000. 
Sweetser. John E. Heirs of . 

Factory building. Albion St., 1800; 

land, with building, t-6 acre, 700. 




Real 
Estate. 



Totai 

r f * 

I AX. 



land, with buildings. 1-4 



and Wave 



1 



S 



> 



32s 





2 






2 


00 


2,500 


43 


60 



2,600 43 60 



2,600 43 60 



100 3,000 



3/^5 



800 



3>3°° 



4,000 



2,500 



1 

A. 


00 


7 


20 


2 


00 


2 


00 


q 


60 



48 40 



2 OO 
14 80 



•2,55° 4o 80 



2 80 



64 00 



40 00 



116 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



r 

I— i 



Per- 
sonal. 



Sweetser, Moses Heirs of 

Meadow, Dark Swamp, 2 acres, 25 ; 

woodland, Dark Swamp, 5 acres, 125. 
Swett, Charles .... 
Swett. Alfred F. .... 
Swett. Samuel .... 

Dwelling house, Spring st.. 1400; 

lot A, Nash Farm, 14,389 feet, 300. 
Short, John .... 

Dwelling house, Broadway, 1000; 

land, with house. 2-^ acre, 250. 
Slack. Edwin .... 
Stanley, Josiah .... 
Schurman, [saac .... 

1 horse, 75 ; 1 cow. 30 ; 1 carriage, 

25; 1 wagon, 20: dwelling house, 

Water St., 1000; stable. 100; land. 

with buildings, 3 acres, 300 : land. 

south side Water St., 1 acre, 100. 
Serrat, John .... 

Taber, Charles A.M.. 

K. R. Bonds, 2000. 
Taber. C. A. M. Mrs. . 

Dwelling house, Park st.. 2600: 

land, with house, 1-5 acre, goo. 
Taber, Charles 15. ... 
Taber, Sarah M. . 

Dwelling house, Elm St.. 1500 : land, 

with. house, 1 acre, 300. 
Taft, William \V. 

1 boat, 50. 
Taggart, 1 >avid .... 
Taggart, William J. 
Tapper. F. P. . 
Tapper, Frank O. 



Lots 



d^» 



156. Robinson's plan, 



Gould st., 1-2 acre, 400. 
Tarbox, Fred H. 

Dwelling house, Salem st., 600: 

stable, 150: land, with buildings, 

i 1-4 acre, 300. 
Tasker, Lyman H. 

Dwelling house, Linden ave., 4000 ; 

stable, 200 , land, with buildings, 

5 1-4 acres, i6oo;"land, south of 

Forest st., 4 acres, 200. 
Taylor, Charles E. . . . 

Lot 41, Sargent's plan, 12,000 ft., 125. 



1 

1 
1 



[50 



2, 000 



5° 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

r 1 ^ 

Iax. 



S 200 



1,700 



1,250 



L.SOO 



$ 3 20 



2 OO 

2 OO 

29 20 



2 2 OO 



2 OO 

2 00 

28 40 



I ,800 



2 00 

34 06 



3,500 56 00 



2 OO 
2* .SO 



2 So 





2 00 




2 00 




2 00 


400 


8 40 


1,050 


i.S 80 


6,000 


98 00 


,2 5 


4 00 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



117 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Total 

I AX. 



Taylor. ( reorge H. 
Stock in trade, 2000: 1 horse. 100; 

1 wagon, 50 ; 1 carriage, 30. 
raylor, 1 [elen J. . 

Dwelling house, Main st., 2200; 

land, with house, 10,920 feet, 800. 
Taylor, Herbert H. 
Taylor, Man us C. 
Taylor, Mrs. Nancj M. 

Dwelling house, < or. Crescent and 

Eaton sts., 7200 ; land, with house, 

[6,057 feet, 1S00. 
faylor, William II. 

2 cows, 60; dwelling house. Grove 

st.. : stable and shed, 150 ; 

land, with buildings, 1-2 acre. 250. 
faylor, William 1 1. 2nd. 
raylor, Warren V. 

Stock in trade. 600 : 4 horses, 400; 

1 carriage, 75 ; 5 wagons, 250; 
dwelling house, Lafayette St., 2500: 
stable, 1000; land, with buildings, 
1 -4 acre, 1 200. 

league, ( ieorge II. 

I eague, I lenrietta 
Dwelling house, Converse st., 2000: 
land, with house. [8,146ft., 400; lot 
No. 1. Merrill's plan, 10,650 ft., 200 \ 
part «-l" lot 1 1. 25. 

reed, Elizabeth .... 
Dwelling house. Beacon st., 700: 
shed. 50 ; land, with buildings, 1-2 
acre, 350. 

Temple. Ellen M. 
Dwelling house, W. Chestnut st., 
5000 ; land, with house, 7-8 acre, 700. 

Thayer, Ashton H. 

Thomas, George W. and Whittemore, 
( ierry V . .... 
Duelling house. W. Chestnut st., 
1500: land, with house, 1-4 acre, 
200. 

Thomas, George W. 

Land, north of Chestnut St., 9,700 
feet. 150. 

Thomas. 1 /wis R. 

Thompson, 'Thomas 

Thorndike, Frank H. . 



1 s 2,180 $ 



1 

1 



1 

1 

1 



1 



60 



3,000 



9,000 



$ 36 88 



48 00 



2 00 

2 00 

144 00 



900 



1.325 4,700 



1,700 



T 7 36 



2 00 
98 40 



2 00 
2,625 4 2 °° 



1 , 1 00 17 60 



5,700 9T 20 



2 00 
27 20 



ISO 


4 40 




2 00 




2 00 


575 


27 20 



118 



POLLS AM) ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



Dwelling house, (]ould St.. 1400: 

kind, with house, 11.753 ft., 175. 
Thorndike, Arthur H. . 

1 horse, 125; 1 carriage, 125. 
Thrush, Thomas B. 
Thrush, Thomas 
Tibbetts, Mrs. Abbie . 

Dwelling hou>e. Sweetser St., 500; 

hennery, 25 : land, with building-. 



2-3 acre. 4 



land, 



/?• 
Tillson, Hiram D. 

Tillson, James C. 

Tillson, William W. 

Tilton, 1 ). 1 [orace 

1 dwelling house. Albion st.. 500 
with house, 1 2-5 acre, 250. 

Tingley, Charles 1 . 

Tingle) , lata ]■'. .... 
Duelling house. Linden ave., 2800 : 
stable and carriage house, 400 : land, 
with buildings, 3-4 acre, 900 : lot 28, 
Low's plan. 2-5 a< re, 200. • 

Tinkham, F. M. . 

Tobey, M. F. .... 

Tompkins, William 

Tompson, John A. 

1 horse, 100; 1 cow. 35 ; 1 carriage, 
75 : dwelling house. Prospect St., 
■o : stable, 400 ; land, with build- 
ings, 1 12 acre, 1600 ; pasture, north 
side Prospect st., 6 acres, 600; til- 
lage, north side Prospect St., 1 3-4 
acre, 400. 

Toomey, John .... 
1 horse. 100; 1 swine, 10; dwelling 
house. Broadway, 800 : stable, 200 ; 
dwelling house, Broadway, 1200; 
land, with buildings, 1-4 acres, 200; 
lot 15. Robinson plan, 1-4 acre, 150 : 
part of lots 54 and 55, 3,650 ft., 
250; lot 9, Wakefield's plan, 1-4 
acre, 100. 

'Toomey, William 

Torrey, Fred L. . 

Dwelling house, Myrtle ave, 1400 ; 
land, with house 7.500 ft 

Towle, George H. 

Income. 500 : dwelling house, Xew- 



250. 



$ 



250 



1,000 



75° 



1,500 



210 5,200 



1 10 



500 



TOTA I 

Tax. 



$ 



6 00 

2 00 
2 00 

16 no 



> 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


14 


00 



J 00 
72 00 



2 OO 
' OO 

2 OO 

88 56 



2,900 50 16 





2 


00 


1,650 


28 


40 


',75° 


38 


(JO 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



119 



NAMKS AND ESTAT1 



1-12 a< re, 550. 



2500; 



hall ( t., 1500: land, with house, 1-4 

acre, 250. 
rowle, Sarah I ). . 

Dwelling house, Vale ave., 3500: 

land, with house, 1-3 acre, 1500. 
rownley. Albert S. 
Townley, 1 "ah in 1 .. 
Ton nsend, G< ■ W 
Travis, Ho G. 
Tredinic k. John . 

land. Pleasant St., 
1 k>\\ . ( !harles W. 

Dwelling house, Albion st., 2500; 

stable, 350 : land, with buildings, 

1-4 a< re, 1 too. 

rnie, Arthur E. .... 
Trundy, I '.dward I.. 
rrustees, Baptist ( )hur< h 

Dwelling house, Main st 

land, with house, 1-4 a< re, 1400 
Tuckerman, Albert \V. 

I dwelling hou>r, Frank st.. 900 ; land. 

with house, 1-5 a< re, 20< >, 

Turnbull, Alexander 

Dwelling house, Salem st., 2000; 
land, with house. 1-3 acre, 500, lot 
Lowell st., (Lee). 1-4 acre, 130. 

Turnbull, I )aniel 

Turner. ( )t is ( i. . 
I >welling house, ( ireenwood st., 800 ; 
land, with house. 1-6 acre. 100. 

Turner. 1'. T 

Tuttle, Charles R. 

Dwelling house, Sweetser st., 900; 
stable and hennery, 50 ; land, with 
buildings, 3-8 acre, 600; lot, Sweet- 
ser st. (Eaton), 5-8 acre, 250. 

Tuttle, Maria .... 
House lot, Melvin St., 1-4 acre, 200. 

Tweed, Charles O. 

Tyler, Charles M. 

Tyler, Ceorge L, ... 

Tyler, Lucy G. . 

Dwelling house, Prospect St., 700; 
stable, 250; land, with buildings, 
1 acre, 250. 

Tyler, Wilfred B. ... 

Tyler, William N. 




Rial Total 
Estate. Tax. 



$ 



$ 



;.ooo 



3>9°° 



1,100 



2,630 



900 



i,Sooi 



200 



1,200 



So 00 







00 




5 


00 




2 


00 




2 


00 


550 


,o 


80 


3,95° 


65 


20 



2 OO 
2 OO 

()2 40 



I 9 60 



44 08 



2 


00 


16 


40 


~> 


OO 


3° 


80 



3 20 

2 00 

2 OO 

2 OO 

19 20 - 



2 OO 
2,100 35 60 



120 



POLLS AM) ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 






Per- 

SONAL. 



Dwelling house, Auburn st.. 1500; 
land, with house, 1-5 acre, 600. 
Tyler. Mary E. . 

Dwelling house, Prospect st., 1500; 
land, with house. 5 acres, 700 ; 
meadow, adj.. 1 1-2 acre. 50: pas-: 
ture. 1 acre, 50 ; woodland. 1 acre, 

1 yzzer, Josiah I [eirs ot 
Dwelling house, Nahant st., 1000: 

land, with house. 1-2 acre. 450. 
Tv/./.er, Sarah .... 

Dwelling house. Nahant St., 900 ; 

land, with house, 1-8 acre. 250. 
Tyzzer, ( reorge R. 

1 horse. 50 1 5 cows, 125 : dwelling 

house, Wiley St, 050; barn. 150: 

land, with buildings, 4 acres, 350; 

meadow adj.. 21-2 acres, 100 : wood- 
land, 1 2 acres, 2< k>. 
Tyzzer, William II. 
Upham, Ezra S. 1 [eirs of 

I dwelling nous . I laton st., 1 200 : 

land, with house, 3-16 acre, 800. 
Upton, Edward A. 
I 'j)ton, ( llarinda G. . 

Dwelling house, Church >t.. ::oo; 

shop, 150: land, with buildings, 1-4 

acre. 700. 
LJrquhart, Alexander . 
Usher, James M. ... 

Dwelling house, Nichols >t., 2000; 

land, with house lot No. 11. 11. 

feet, 250. 
Upton, Charles . 
Vannah, Alvin L. 
Wan Wagner, A. 1 ). 
Van Wagner, Frank 1.. 
Ventress, Alphonso \\ . 
Yickery, Esther . 

I hvelling house, cor. Spring St., 1000 



Kind, with buildings, 1-2 acre, 400. 
Vinton, Jane K. . 

Dwelling house, Lawrence st., 1500; 

land, with house, 1-4 acre, 10 
Yose. Charles 1'". 

Dwelling house, < or. Greenwood and 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

1 AX. 



$ 



2,350 



1,4 



ns f»75° 



)() 



.50 



'5° 



1 ,400 



7 60 



23 20 



1,150 1 8 40 



32 So 



2 00 
32 00 



2 00 

\S so 



2 00 
38 00 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
22 40 



2.500 40 00 



2.^00 42 00 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



121 



\ VMES AND ESTAT1 



c 

- 
— 



1'kr- Rial 
son a i.. Estate. 



Total 

r i ' 

I \\. 



Spring sts., 2200; lot 9, Nash Farm, 
with house. [ 2,600 ft., 300. 

Wait. Albert .... 

Wait. Robert P 

[ncoroe, 500 ; dwelling house, Wait 
ave., 3000: laud, with house, 1-2 

acre, 400. 
Wakefield Water Co. . 

Dwelling house, Broadway, 2300; 
shed, 700 ; repair shop, 800 j pump- 
ing station, including engine, boiler, 
and pumps, 30,000 ; land, with build- 
ings, 14-15 a< re, 3000. 
Wakefield Savings Bank. 
Dwelling house. Pleasant Bt., 2000: 

land, with house. 1-7 acre. 550: 

dwelling house, Emerson St., 3000; 
land, with house, 17 acre, 500; lot 
1 94, Robinson's plan. 200. 
Wakefield Rattan Co. . 

Machinery, 155,000; factory build* 
ing, No. 1. 52,000; brick machine 
shop, No. 2, 40,000 ; < himney, 2000 ; 
store house. No. 3, 3000: No. 4. 
( metal < lad) 4000; brick building, 

No. 5, 4000: store house. No. 6, 

20 No. (> i -2, 400 : No. 7, 

(metal clad) 3000; No. 8, 400: 
coal house, No. 9, 1500: storehouse, 

No. 10. 300 ; No. 11. 300 : No. 
1 2, 300 ; No. 1 3. 3000 : lumber 
shed, No. 14. 700; drying shed, No. 

15, 1000 ; store house, No. 16, 200 : 
brick bleachery, No. 17. 2500 ; chair 
factory. No. iS. 40,000; carpet fac- 
tory. No. 19, 20,000 ; office, No. 20. 
1 200 ; basket factory. No. 2 1 , 25,000 ; 
brick varnish shop, No. 22, 2500; 
stable-. No. 23, 700 ; land, with 
buildings, it acres. 15,000; 2 dwell- 
ing houses, Water St., 3000 ; land. 
with houses, 1-2 acre, 500 : land, 
Melvin St., and So. R. Br. R. R.. 
1 5-8 acre, 700. 

Wakefield Reed Chair Co. . 

Stock in trade. 2500 ; machinrey,8oo : 

Wakefield, Cyrus, Heirs of . 



t 



I 



500 



;,4oo 



2 00 
64 40 



;6,8oo 588 80 



6,250 



100 00 



155.000 229,200 6,147 20 



3»3°° 



52 80 
55,190 131,209 2,982 24 



122 



POLLS AM) ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Coon, Chauncey and Sweet, Ever- 

ell F., Guardians. 
Cash on deposit, 2350 ; loans on 
collateral, 10,000; Boston Art Club 
Bonds. 490 ; Eastern R. R. Bonds, 
6,275 ; Boylston Insurance Co. 
Scrip, 55 ; Portsmouth, (it. Falls and 
Conway R. R. Stock, 6,150; 1 Jun- 
eau Mining Co. Stock, 90; Don 
Enrique Mining Co. Stock, 205 ; 
Carey Switch Co. Stock, 100; Con- 
tinental Mills Stock, 9500 ; Atchison, 
Topeka <.V- Sante Fe R. R. Bonds, 
2175 ; Chicago, Kansas and Western 
R. R. Bonds. 2,175 : Chicago, Kan- 
sas and Western Income Bonds. 225 ; 
Cleveland and Canton R. R. Coupon 
Notes, 12000 ; 2 horses. 200 ; 2 ear 
riages, 200; furniture, 3000 ; dwell- 
ing house. Main st.. 35,000: stable, 
5000 ; 2 greenhouses, 800 ; 2 sum- 
mer houses, 200 : land, with build- 




Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Tax. 



ings, 



12 2-5 acres. 12,000 



briek 



block, Main St., 40,000 ; land, with 
block, 5-16 acre, 4000; dwelling 
house, near Centre Depot, 8000; 
land, with house, 22 1-2 acres,] 7,500 ; 
dwelling house, east side Melvin st., 
1600; land, with house. 1-2 acre, 
300; dwelling house. Main st. (Suth- 
erland) 1300; land, Water St., 5 
acres, 1000; land, east side Main st.. 
2 acres, 4500. 
Walton, S. Leman 

School st 



Dwelling house, 



1 100 



shop, 75 ; hennery, 25 ; land, with 
buildings, 1-6 acre, 200 : land. Court 
st., 1 2-5 acre, 500. 

Walton, George K. 

1 horse, 40 ; 1 wagon, 20. 

Walton, Aldis .... 
-I horse, 100 ; 2 carriages, 50 : dwell- 
ing house, Main St., 2300 ; stable and 
shed, 700; land, with buildings, 1-4 
acre, 800. 

Walton, Arthur (i. 

Income, 500 : dwelling house. Avon 



60 



.50 



1,900 



$2 40 



2 96 



3,800 65 20 



500 



8,000 138 00 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



123 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



St., Moo ; land, with house, 1-4 
acre. 191 

v lion, ( harles E. 

v\ alton, Edward II. 

1 horse, 75 ; 1 1 arriage, 75 , dwelling 
house, Pleasant st„ 1600; land, with 
house, 1-2 acre, iooo: dwelling 
house, < or Main and Greenwood St., 
800 ; stable, 150; land, with build- 
ing 1 a< re, 800. 

V\ alton, Sarah S. ... 

I [ouse lot, Avon St., 1 4 acre. 1 100. 

>\ alton, Ann M. 

I dwelling house. Mam >t.. 1 250 : shed, 
25 ; land, with buildings; 1-4 acre. 
225; 1-2 dwelling house, Main st., 
750 : stable, 100 : land, with build- 
ings, 2 3-4 arte.. 6« 

R ilton, Dan'l G. and Winship, Thomas 
Dwelling house, Railroad st., 4500 : 
land, with house, 3-8 acre, 2600. 

Walton, 1). G., Guardian, for I . 
Hawkes .... 
Land, south side Ben net st., 2 acres. 
1500. 

Walton, Daniel ( i. 

1 horse, 150; 1 carriage. 100: 2 
blocks, Main St., 12,000; dwelling 
house and store. Main st., 1000; 
dwelling house and store. Mechanic 
st.. 2300 ; land, with buildings, 5-8 
acre, 6000 ; Gould block, Main st., 
4000 ; land, with block, 9000 ft., 
3300 j woodland, Wiley St., 52 acres, 
800 ; woodland, near Nahant St., 5 
acres, 100; land, Chestnut St., (Som- 
ers) 1 1-4 acre, 1000 ; lots 132-133 
.Robinson's plan, 1-3 acre, 400; land, 
south side Albion St., 1-7 acre, 900. 

Walton, Elizabeth 

Dwelling house, Chestnut St., 2300 ; 
stable, 200 : land, with buildings, 1-8 
acre, 1000; dwelling house, W. 
Chestnut st., 1S00 ; land, with house, 
1-4 acre, 900. 

Walton, J. C. W. 

Stock in trade, 100 ; dwelling house, 




Real 

ESTA II.. 



Total 
Tax. 



L'- 



s 



2^0 



100 



1,500 



4,900 



2 OO 



15° 4,35° 74 00 



1,100 17 60 
3,000 48 00 



7,100 113 60 



24 00 



31,800 514 80 



6,200 99 20 



82 00 



124 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



u 
C 



r 
r. 



Per- 
sona i . 



Real 
Estate. 



TOTAL 

1 AX. 



W. Water St., 4000 : land, with house, 
3-16 acre, 900. 

Walton, Joshua Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Salem St., cSoo ; sta- 
ble, 100; blacksmith shop, 100; 
land, with buildings. 1-4 acre, 100. 

Walton, Oliver .... 
Stock in trade, 500 : 2 horses, 200 ; 
1 carriage, 75 : 2 hearses, 400 j dwell- 
ing house, Eaton St., 2 500 ; stable, 500 ; 
land, with buildings, 1-4 acre, 800. 

Walton, E. II. & Son . 
Stock in trade, 500. 

Walton, 1). (1. and March, F. H. 
House lot, Water st., 1-6 acre, 500. 

Walton, J. Dunn 

1 horse, 50 : 1 carriage, 50. 

Walton, Solon .... 

Walton, Solon, Agt. for Boswell Est 
Dwelling house, Pleasant St., 600: 
land, with house, 1-16 acre, 400. 

Walton, Albert |. 

Wallace, Rob'tW. 

Wanamake, 1 1. Allen . 

Wanamake, Charles ( >. 

VVanamake, William M. 

Dwelling house, Nahant St., ^25; 
land, with house, 4 acres, 275. 

Wanamake, Stephen J. 
1 cow, 15. 

Wanamake and Sederquest. 
Stock in trade, 450. 

Wanamake, William E. 

1 dwelling house, Richardson St., 1 100 ; 
land, with house, 1-10 acre, 200. 

Wanamake, George E. 

3 horses, 200 ; 1 cow, 30 ; 2 wagons, 
70 : dwelling house, Nahant St., 
1800; barn, 200; land, with build- 
ings, 6 acres, 450. 

Ward, Lydia B. . 

Dwelling house, Nahant st., 700 : 
barn and shed, 150 : land, with build- 
ings, 2 acres, 250. 

Ward, Windsor M. 



1 horse, 100 
40; 1 wagon, 35, 
Ward, Rosanna B. 



1 cow. 15 : 15 swine, 



$ $ 

1 ,100 1 7 60 



500 



100 



450 



300 



190 



1 1.175 3j8°° 81 60 



8 00 



500 8 00 

7 60 



1 ,')00 



900 



1,100 



2 OO 
16 OO 



2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

2 OO 

I 6 40 



2 24 



7 2() 
[,300 2 2 <S() 

2.450 46 OO 



1 7 60 



100 



5 °4 



1 60 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



125 



SAM! s AND 1 STATES 




Lot ;. Sweetser land, 4 1-2 acres, 

100. 
Ward, Thomas M. 

3 horses, 300 ; 2 cows, 55 ; 1 swine, 

5 ; 1 wagon, 40 ; dwelling house, 

( )ak st., 500 ; barn, 50 ; land, with 

buildings, 1 -4 acre, 50. 
U ard, William .... 
Warren, Mary 1 1. 1 leirs of . 

Dwelling house, Broadway, 1800; 

shed, 50 : land, with buildings, 3-8 

acre, 650. 
\\ arren, John li. ... 

Warren, 11. M. Post Ass'n . 

Foundation for building, 250 ; 

land, soinh side Albion st., 17 a< re, 

1250. 

Waterman, Fred'k 1. . 

Waterman, ( 'harks < >. 

Waterman, < >ns Y. . 

\\ aterman, Kllen I . . 

Dwelling house, Otis st., 2500; sta- 
ble, 500: land, with buildings, 1-4 
.11 re, [000. 

Walton, 1 >. ( '-. .ind Aborn, ( >. W. 
Dwelling house, Kim St., 700; land, 
with house, 36 a« res, $600 ; duelling 
house, Traverse St., 800; land, with 

house. 5000 ft., IOO; lot, between 
Traverse and Melvin sts., 3-4 acres, 
200 ; meadow east side of Valley st., 
8 acres, 300; Eames lot, Melvin st., 

14 acre, 100 ; lot, north of Hart St., 
[-2 acre. 200 ; house lots 11. 12, 56, 
63, 64, 65, 10c 101, 136, 137, 150, 
Robinson's plan. 4 1-3 acres, and lot 
north side Ballister st., 1-8 acre, 
1500; land, near So. R. I>r. R. R.. 
i) 1-2 acres, 250 ; pasture, near Broad- 
way, [6 acres, 1400 : land, south side 
>>\ Elm st. (Pope) 1-4 acre, 40; 
house lot, (loukl st. (Barnard) 1-4 
acre, 130; house lot No. 12, Low's 
plen, 5-16 acre. 130 : woodland, Wa- 
ter si.. 25 acres, 300. 

Weary, James .... 

Weary, Mrs. James . . . . 
Dwelling house, Kim st., 600 ; barn. 



$ 



400 



600 



2,500 



1 .500 



4.000 



8qo 



i8 00 



2 00 
40 00 



2 00 
32 00 



2 


00 


2 


00 


-> 


00 


64 


00 



9,750 156 00 



2 OO 
[3 60 



126 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



Richardson St., 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



50; land, with house. 1-8 acre, 200. 

W ebb, Thomas .... 
Dwelling house, Emerson St., 700 ; 
land, with house. 8750 ft., 300. 

Welch, John .... 

Welch, "Patrick H. 

Welch, Maurice J. 

Welch, Annie 
Dwelling house, 
1200 ; stable, 200 ; land, with build- 
ings, 5- 1 <> acre, 500. 

Welch, ( Catherine 

Stock in trade, 300 ; dwelling house, 
Vernon St., 1000 ; land, with hoi 
1-4 acre, 300. 

Welch, Thomas Jos. 1 

\\ elch, Mrs. Julia 

Dwelling house, Emerald St., 9 
land, with house. 1 5 a< re, 200. 

Welch, William 1 . 

1 horse, 75 ; 1 wagon, 25. 

Welch, J. Henr) 

Welch, Martin I [eirs of 
I dwelling house, Ki< hardson 
barn. 50 \ land, with buildii \-\b 

acre, 250. 

Welch. Michael .... 
Dwelling house. Emerald St., ;■ 
barn. 50: land, with buildings, 1-4 
50. 

Welch. Thomas ('. 





— 



I dwelling house, Wiley 1'). 



1 2 2 



land, with house, 1-10 a. re, 75. 
Welch, Patrick 2nd 
Welch. Thomas J< >hn . 
Welch, Mary I*'. I [eirs of 

Dwelling house, Vernon St., 10 

land, with house, 1-5 acre, 200. 
Welch, John 2nd 

Welch, Maurice .... 
Welch, Patrick 1st 
Walsh, Patrick y\ 

Dwelling house, Hartley st, 1200; 

lot, 75 ; Rob. plan. Hartley St.. 1-4 

acre, 200. 
Wellman, J. Wesley 

Dwelling house, Byron st., 1500; 

land, with house. 1-5 acre, 300: 



1 



Pek- 

SONAL. 



Real 

ESTAl I 



Total 

r 1 * 
I AX. 



% 



$ $ 

I.OOO [8 on 



loo 



I.OOO 



i>3 



1 .200 



1,400 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 

30 4« 



300 1 ;oo 25 6* 



2 00 

1 . 1 « 17 no 



3 h<> 



2 00 



900 14 \f> 



I . I 5 ( \ o 



2 2 Ko 



2 


00 


2 


00 


19 


. 


2 


00 


2 


Of* 


2 


OO 


24 


40 



2,300 38 80 



THE TOWN OF WAKKFIEU). 



127 



N \MI-.s AND ESTATES. 



■ ■ ■ 

Per- 

7 " )NA1 - 



Real 
Estate. 



house lot 139 and part < >f i;i Rob. 

plan, 500. 
\\ ellman, ( !harles A. . 
Wellman, ( ieorge < >. Jr. 
Weldon, Fred A. ... 

Wells, William 1 

Dwelling house, Prospect st.. 700: 

land, with house. 2 1-2 acres, 275 ; 

pasture, 5 3-4 acres, 200 ; meadow, 

3-4 • 
Wenzel, I lenry 

\\ erner, ( lharles 

West, Augustine . 

t. Peter 
West, Thomas Y. i [eirs ol 

1 lio! 5 1 1 ( ;o : i < arria 

lling house, Elm St., No. 1, 

<> : NO. 2. 800 : stable and shed, 
. with buildings, 8 a< 

Weston, Alfred P. 
Weston, Arthur I.. 
^ • >n, Erastus 1 ). . 

Dwelling house, Chestnut st., 2700: 
ible, 800 : land, with buildings, 

iu. 01 2 t't.. 3000. 
Weston. Mary E. 

Barn, Mechanic st.. 150; land, with 

barn, 1-6 acre, 400. 
Weston. William 1'. 
Wethers. Truman 
Weed, Eben ( >. . 
Whelan, Thomas L. 

Wheeler. Asa B. . 

1 horse, 50; 3 cows. 90 ; 1 swine. 5 ; 
1 carriage, 25. 

Wheeler, Ida B. . 

Woodland, old road to Saugus, 15 

acres, 500. 
Wheeler, Philip M. 
Wheeler, John B. 
Wheeler, George A. 
Wheeler, Philip C. 
Whitcomb, Charles T. C. 
White, Charles 
White, George 1 
White, Catherine 



% 



1,200 



190 



,000 



170 



6,500 



550 



500 






1,900 



Total 

Tax. 



$. 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

21 20 



«3 



00 
00 
00 

00 

04 



2 


()• 


2 


OO 


I06 


o» 



8 80 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 



72 



8 00 



2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 



30 4® 



128 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o 

r 

v. 



horses, 2 50 



Dwejling house, Highland st., 1400; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre, 500. 
White, Ira E. .... 

1 cow, 30 ; dwelling house, Brown 
st., rooo ; stable, 200; land, with 
buildings, 5 acres, 1000. 

White, John Heirs of . 

2 dwelling houses. Main st.. 1500; 
shop and shed, 50 : land, with build- 
ings, 7 1-4 acres, iS,ooo; pasture 
adj., 7 acres, 4500 : dwelling house, 
Bliss ct., 2000 : land, with house, 3-4 
acre, 2000: meadow, 1 acre. 150: 
woodland, Oak st, 11 [-2 acres, 
600; woodlanrj, near Oak st M [3 1-4 
acres, 400; woodland, Castle Hill, 
10 acres, 350; woodland, north of 
Castle Hill, S a< res, 300 : woodland, 
Salem st., 15 1-2 acres. 1200 

White, John \V. 

Income. 500 : 

riages, 100. 
White, John A. 
White, Frederic k B. . 

White, Joseph 

White, Mrs. Nanc) 
Money, 1000. 

White, Selim S. . 

White, William I [eirs of 

Dwelling house, Main St., 
stable, 1 50 : land, with buildings, 7- 1 6 
acre, 1350. 

White, Samuel I . 

1 dwelling house. Pearl St., 2000 ; land. 
with house, 1-10 acre. 450. 

White, William K. 

White, Edson W. 

Whitehead, Jeremiah . 

Dwelling house, Nahant >>t.. 
land, with house, 1 acre, 200. 

Whitehead, Daniel 

Whitehead, Margaret I.. 

Dwelling house, Nahant St., 
land, with house, 1 acre, joo : dwell- 
ing house, Nahant st., 1500 ; land, 
with house, 300 ; land, Nahant st., 7 
acres, 350. 

Whitford, Edward 



1 600 : 



3D 



o 



800 





■ 


2 < ar- 






1 


. 


1 


• 


1 


. 


1 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

' 1 ^ 

I AX. 



$ 



30 



^ 



2,200 



31,000 






1 ,000 



3,100 



75<; 



3,i5< 



37 68 



496 00 



; 60 



00 
00 
00 
00 



[6 



19 



00 
60 



2,450 41 



20 



-> 


00 


2 

mt 


00 


'4 


00 


2 


00 


5° 


40 



2 00 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



129 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Whitney, Edward F. 

Dwelling house, Converse St., 1400; 

shed, 2$ ; land, with buildings, 200. 
Whitney, Jacob ( >. 

Dwelling house, Converse st., 1400; 

land, with house, 11,250 ft., 200. 
Whiting, John F« 

1-2 house, Pleasant St., 1200; land, 

with house, 1- 1 2 acre, 400. 
Whiting. ( leorge M. 

Dwelling house, Sweetser st., 825; 

shed, 25 ; land, with buildings, 1-4 

acre, 250. 
Whitmg, James F. 
Whiting, ( harles W. 
Whitton, Edward E. 

Wliittekind, John 

Whidden, 1 >avid .... 

Whitford, Joseph 

Whitten, Richard 1'. . 

1 horse, 75 : 1 carriage, 50 ; dwelling 
house, Spring St., 1800; land, with 
house 13,416 ft., 200. 

Whitten, ( )nrin S. 

Whitton, Ernestine W. 

Dwelling house, Oak st., 2400; sta- 
ble, 75 ; part of lots 36, 37, ^8, Sar- 
gent's plan, with house, 1-4 acre, 225. 

Whitney, Charles W. Heirs of 

I dwelling house, Myrtle ave., 750 ; 
stable, 200 ; land, with buildings, 
1 1-4 acre, 250. 

Whittemore, Gerry F. 

Whittemore, Joshua 

Dwelling house, W. Chestnut st., 
1400; 3 store houses, 150; land, 
with buildings, 3-4 acre, 1000 ; pas- 
ture adj., 2 1-2 acres, 500; lot, Ce- 
dar st., 350. 

Whittier, Mrs. Maria . 

Dwelling house, Byron st., 1000; 
shed, 100 ; land, with buildings, 9-16 
acre, 300. 

Whittredge, W. W. 

1 horse, 125 ; 1 carriage, 100. 

Whittredge, Cornelia . 

Dwelling house, Salem st., 900 ; sta- 



> 



«-5 



225 



$1,625 



1,600 



$ 28 00 



27 60' 



1,600 27 60- 



],IOO 



2,000 



2,700 



1,200 



3,4001 



1,400 



1,300 



19 60* 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

7,6 00 



2 OO 

43 20 



19 20 



2 00 
56 40 



22 40* 



5 60- 
20 8o~ 



130 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



r 1 


Per- 


Real 


Total 






sonal. 


Estate. 


1AX. 


ble, ioo ; land, with buildings, i 1-4 




$ 


$ 


$ 


acres, 300. 










Wickham, John W. 


I 


55 


1,800 


31 68 


1 horse, 30 : 1 carriage, 25 : dwelling 










house, Vernon St., 1200 ; bam, 100 ; 










shed, 50; land, with buildings, 1 1-4 










acre, 450. 










Wickham, John 1>. 


1 






2 00 


Widdellj Martin .... 


I 






2 00 


Wiggin. Samuel J. 


i 




2,100 


35 6o 


Dwelling house. W. Chestnut St., 










1200: land, with house, 1-4 acre, 










900. 










Wilder, (ieorge W. 


1 






2 00 


Wiley, Alason R. 


1 




1 .900 


32 40 


I )wellinghou>e. Avonct., 1000 ; shop. 










450: land, with buildings, 1-7 acre, 










45°- 










Wiley. Albert S. . 


1 




2,300 


38 80 


Dwelling house, Spaulding St., N25 ; 










hennery, 75 : land, with building 




• 






3-4 acre, 1400. 










Wiley, Eunice A. 






4,000 


64 00 


Dwelling house, Crescent st., 1400: 










stable, 300; shed. 100: land, with 










buildings, 3-4 acre, 2200. 










Wiley. Ebenezer Heirs of . 






8,250 


[32 00 


Dwelling house, Main st.. 3000 ; sta- 










ble, '300; land, with buildings, 1-4 










acre, 2250 ; paint shop, Crescent St., 










100 ; land, with shop, 1-6 acre, 740 ; 










dwelling house, Crescent St., 1500; 










land, with house. 1-16 acre, 360. 










Wiley, Elbridge A. 


1 




900 


16 40 


Dwelling house, Vernon st., 550; 










stable and shed, 100 ; land, with 










buildings, 1-4 acre, 250. 










Wiley, Enos .... 


I 


240 


2,15° 


40 24 


i horse, 100: 5 cows, 125: 1 car- 










riage, 15 : dwelling house, Water st., 










800: land, with house, 5 1-2 acres, 










550: 2-5 of barn, 300: land, with 










barn, 1 1-2 acre, 200: tillage land, 










2 3-4 acres, 300. 










Wiley, Hannah S. 






400 


6 40 


Land, south side Water st., 6 acres, 










400. 










Wiley, (ieorge H. 


I 




75° 


14 00 



THE TOWN Ol-' WAKEFIELD. 



131 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


h3 



Per- 


Real 
Estate. 


Total 

I AX. 




r 


sonal. 


Dwelling house, Lowell St., 650; 




$ 


* 


$ 


land, with house, 1-2 acre, [00. 










Wile) . I Ienry E. 


1 


500 


4,200 


77 20 


Sto( k in trade, 500 ; dwelling house 










and thouses, Yale ave., 1200: 










lots 28, 30, 52, 34, Vale ave, 1 a< re, 










3000. 










Wiley, Ira ( >. 


1 




1,15° 


20 40 


Dwelling house, Water st, 900; 










land, with house, 1 8 ai re, 250. 










Wiley, J. Barnard 


1 


100 


250 


7 60 


1 horse, 50; 1 carriage, 50 j lot, 










Spring ave., 1 2, 1 50 ft., 250. 










Wiley, Ira I [eirs of 






6,000 


96 00 


I dwelling house, Main St., 1 600 ; shop 










and shed. 250 : land, with buildings, 










. 1650 ; dwelling house, Wa- 










ter st., 600; land, with house, 1-2 




• 






acre, 200 ; shop and shed. Wiley PL, 










600; land, with buildings, 1-16 aire. 










100 : tillage land, Water st.. 2 acres, 










500 : pasture, 3 acres, 300 ; meadow, 










10 a< r< 5, 200. 










Wiley, James M. 


1 


100 


1,400 


26 00 


1 horse, 50; 1 carriage, 50; dwelling 










house, Salem St., 1000: stable and 










slaughter house. 200 ; land, with 










buildings, 1 1 -4 acre, 200. 










Wiley, John I [eirs of . 






1,300 


20 80 


Dwelling house, Lowell st., 800; sta- 










ble. 200: hennery, 50; land, with 










buildings. 1 acre, 250. 










Wiley, John F. .... 


1 






2 00 


Wiley, John 1". and Hayden, Elizabeth 






2,125 


34 00 


Dwelling house, Albion st., 900; 










shop, 25 ; land, with buildings, 1-7 










acre, 1200. 










Wiley, Joseph L. ... 


1 




3,600 


59 60 


Dwelling house, Albion St., 2300; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1300. 










Wiley, Leonard Heirs of 






5,100 


Si 60 


Dwelling house, Crescent st., 2200; 










land, with house, 1-4 acre, 1000 ; 










dwelling house, cor. Crescent and 










Water sts., 900 ; land, with house, 










13,600 ft., 1000. 








• 


Wiley, William H. 


1 




4,15° 


68 40 


Dwelling house, Albion St., 2300; 











132 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



stable, 400 ; shop, 50 ; land, with 

buildings, 5-16 acre, 1400. 

Wiley, Peter B 

Wiley, Wm. H. 2nd 




Dwelling house, 



Vernon st. 



700; 



land, with house, 9,576 feet, 200. 
Wiley, William Harrington . 

19 boats, 600; boat house, 300. 
Wiley. Mary S. . 

Dwelling house, Water st., 800; 

land, with house, 1-8 acre, 450. 
Wiley, Mrs. Mary P. Heirs of 

Woodland, east of Salem st., 5 acres, 

300. 
Willerton, Thomas 
Williams, Albert K. 

Williams, Charles 

Williams. Francis 

Dwelling house, Albion st., No. 1, 
1200; No. 2, 2300: shop, 100; 
land, with buildings, 5-16 acre, 1600 ; 
house lot. Nahant st., 1-6 acre, 100. 

Wilson, George F. 

1 horse, 75 ; 2 carriages, 75 ; dwell- 
ing house, Main st., 2300 ; stable, 
300; land, with buildings, 1-5 acre, 
1 150; house lot, Rockland st., 1-7 
acre. 250. 

Wilkins, P. A. 

Winn, Lydia Heirs of . 

Dwelling house, Elm St., 2000; shed, 
150; land, with buildings, 1 1-4 acre, 
700 ; woodland, Nahant St., 4 
acres, 150. 

Winn, George A. ... 

Land, north side Salem st., 1 1-2 
acre, 200. 

Winship, Joel Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Church st., 700; 
store house and shed, 100; land, 
wjth buildings, 1-2 acre, 1200. 

Winship, John .... 
Dwelling house, Beacon St., 1500; 
stable, 150; land, with buildings, 
1 1-2 acre, 1100; house lot, cor. 
Railroad & Beacon sts., 1-4 acre, 350. 

Winship, Calista A. . 

Dwelling house, Beacon st., 300 ; 



600 



900 

300 
1,250 

;oo 



5.-3° 



3,000 



200 



2,000 



3,100 



500 



2 00 
16 40 



16 40 
20 00 

4 So 



2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

86 80 



150 4,000 68 40 



2 00 
48 00 



20 



32 00 



51 60 



8 o* 



THE TOWX OF WAKEFIELD. 



133 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



c 

r 
- 



Per- Real Total 
sonal. i Estate.! Tax. 



land, with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 
Winship, Samuel .... 
1 horse, 100; 1 carriage, 75; dwell- 
ing house, Lafayette st., 2500; sta- 
ble, Soo ; land, with buildings, 1-4 

acre, 1 200. 

Winship, J. & S. ... 

K k in trade, 200 ; wheelwright's 



shop. 



100. 



Winship, Thomas 

1 horse, 150; 1 carriage, 100. 
Winship, Boil & Co. 

Stock in trade. 1000 ; machinery. 3000. 
Winship, < lharles N. 
Winslow, I [arvey N. 

1 horses. 75 ; 2 wagons, 75. 

Winslow, 1 [attie G. 

Dwelling house, Converse st., 1000; 

stable, iooj land, with buildings, 

18,815 feet, 400. 
Wood, Arthur ( ). 
Woodis, I [iram .... 

Woodland, ( ieorge W. 

Dwelling house. Greenwood st., 
(unfd) 100; lot 7, Mead plan, 
with house, [6,133 feet, 300 ; lot 22, 
Mead plan. 15,000 feet, 300. 

Woodland. Stanley 

Woodman, Alvin B. 

Woodman. ( 'arrie M. . 

Dwelling house, Sweetser st., 800; 

stable and shed, 50; land, with 
buildings. 2-3 acre, 700. 

Woodward, Charles F. 

Dwelling house, Albion st., 2600; 
land, with house, 6,000 feet, 900. 

Woodward, James F. . 

Machinery, 200 ; dwelling house, 
Albion st., 2500; stable and shed, 
200 ; factory, 800 ; hennery, 25 ; 
land, with buildings, 9-16 acre, 
1500. 

Woodward. Ralph E. . 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 700; sta- 
ble, 50 : land, with buildings, S50. 

Woodward, N. H. 

Woodward. William C. 



*75 



200 

250 
4,000 

'5° 



200 



4>5°° 



300 



700 



L-55° 



3>5°° 



5,02s 



1,600 



$ 



76 80 



8 00 



6 


00 


64 


00 


2 


00 


4 


40 



1,500 24 00 



2 OO 

2 OO 

13 20 



2 OO 

2 OO 

24 80 



58 OO 



85 60 



2 7 60 



2 OO 
2 OO 



134 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



c 
- 

in 



Per- 
sonal 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Tax. 






Wooldridge, James 

Stock in trade, 500. 
Wooldridge, John 

Dwelling house. Byron St., 1300: 

land, with house, lot 146, Robinson's 

plan. 250. 
Wooldridge, Thomas . 
Wooldridge, William . 
Wormwood. James (i. . 
Wormwood, Rachel R. 

1 dwelling house, ( Cordis >t., 1 300 ; 

land, with house, 1 -4 acre. 35 
Worth, John F. .... 
Wright. William 1 ). 
Wright, Archibald 
Wright, Emery F. 
Wright, 1 >exter C. 

5 horses, 500; 25 cows, 750; 4 

swine, 20; 1 carriage, 50; 2 wagons, 

: dwelling house. Vernonst., 14c o : 

stable, 200: slaughter house, 6ooj 
land, with buildings, 3 a< res, 1 
dwelling house, Salem St., 300 ; land, 
with house, 1 6 acre, 150: dwellii 
house, cor. Salem and Vernon st s., 
1200; stable, 200 ; shed. 50 j land, 
with buildings, 1 \ acre, 400 ; dwell- 
ing house, Won St., 3000 ; land, with 
house, 1-4 acre. 1000; land, west of 
Vernon St., 5 a< res, 1 100 ; land, east 
of Vernon st.. 3 acres, 600: mead- 
ow, east ot Vernon st., 5 acres, 1:; ; 
pasture. Salem >t.. 3 3-4 acres, 225 
meadow, east of Danvers R. R... 3 
acres. 60. 
Wright, Albert J. 

Income, 1000 ; 2 horses, 300 ; 1 cow, 

35 : 3 carriages, 300 : furniture, 1000 : 
dwelling house, Main st., No. t. 
4500; No. 2. 700: stable. 1200; 2 
barns, 150: boat house, 450; land, 
with buildings, 1 3-4 acre, 4000. 

Wynne, James H. 

Wiley. Benj. B. Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Main St., 1400: 
dwelling house, Crescent st., 1400; 
land, with houses. 5-6 acre, 3000. 

Young, Andrew .... 



1 $ 500 $ 



1 



1 
1 

! 

1 



<-55° 



s 10 00 
26 So 



1.650 



1. 41 12.410 



2 


OO 


•> 


OO 


-> 


OO 


26 


40 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 


•> 2 2 


96 



1 .35 11.000 



;,8oo 



220 16 



2 00 

(j 2 80 



'50 



4.300 73 20 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



loo 



NAM1 S AND ESTATES. 1 


• 


Per- 

S( >NAL. 


Rl A! 

Estate. 


Total 

Tax. 


i;ic trriage, 25 ; 1 cart, 




$ 


$ 


~ 


25 : dwelling house, Main st., 1400: 










stab! land, with buildings, 1 










woodland, Water St., 6 










'<>. 










\ oung, Charles \. 


1 






2 00 


\ oung, ( 'harles S. 


I 






2 00 


\ 1 »ung, Fred W. .... 


1 






2 00 


Young, Weslej .... 


1 


75 


4,000 


67 20 


1 h« • > : 1 « arria{ ; dwelling 










house, Avon ct., 2200; shop, 50; 










land, with buildings, 1-6 acre, 500: 










dwelling house, Emerson St., qo< 










land, with house, 1 -6 a< re, 










Yi rung, William F. 


1 




7.S00 


126 80 


Dwelling house, Main st., 3000; st 










hi > : land, u ith buildings, 1 a< 1 










1 600 ; dwelling hou . Salem st., 










1800 : stable, 400 ; land, with build- 










ing ; a< re, 800. 










ing, Richard M. . 


I 






2 00 


/wi( ker, ( 1 . 


1 






2 00 



136 



l>OI,LS AND ESTATES OF 



Estates of Non-residents, 



NAMKS AND FSTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



Total 

Tax. 



Abbott, Nathaniel, I.ynnfield 

Tillage land, Salem St., 7 acres, 600. 
Abbott, Samuel P., Watertown 

Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, plan of H. O. Hal?, 

3000 ft., 60. 
Ames, Fred L., Boston 

Dwelling house, Avon St., 2400 ; land, 

with house, 1-12 acre, 900; land, 

( or. Melvin and Bennett sts., 1-3 

acre, 300 : 1-2 lot, Herbert St., 1-10 

acre, 50. 
Adden, Edward 1 ■ . 

Tillage land, near Bear Hill, 2 acres, 

350: meadow. 2 acres, 250. 
Ahem, Andrew, Chicago, 111. 

Dwelling house, Lake st., 700; land, 

with house, 1-4 acre, 150. 
Averill. Fred A., Maiden and E. H. 
Thomas .... 

Dwelling house, Greenwood ave., 

1500 : lots 41 7,418, Greenwood ave., 

6joo ft., 400. 
Barnjum, Frank J. D., Lvnnfield . 

Dwelling house, Bryant St., 1500; 

land, with house, 3,750 ft., "400. 
Bailey, John, Topsfield 

Lot 4, Sect. 1, Greenwood st., 10,500 

ft., 300. 
Baldwin, William H., Peabody 

Dwelling house, cor. Albion and Lake 

sts., 2200; stable, 300; land, with 

buildings, 3-4 acre, 1300. 
Bancroft, Emery Heirs of, Reading 

Tillage land, Lowell St., 2 acres, 300 ; 

meadow, Railroad St., 3 acres, 100. 
Bartlett, James, Boston 

Lot 14, Simond's plan, 3-16 acre, 1 25. 





$ 


> 600 

60 
3*650 

600 

850 

1,900 
1,900 

300 
3,800 

400 

125 



$ 9 60 
96 



58 40 



9 60 



13 60 



3° 40 



3° 40 



4 80 



60 80 



6 40 



2 00 



Till: TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



137 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Bassett, William S. 

Dwelling house, Salem st., 1200; 

stable, 200; land, with buildings, 2 

acres, 400. 
Dean, Elizabeth J., Stoneham 

I louse lot, Charles st., 4,825 ft., 250 ; 

house lot, Rockland St., 1-4 acre, 

250; house lot. Main st., 1-6 acre, 

600. 
Belcher, George B., Randolph 

1 dwelling house, Main st., 1 100 ; land, 

with house, 1-4 acre, 300. 
Benson, S. E., Melrose 

Dwelling house, Broadway, 600; 

land, with house, 2 3-4 acres, 1150; 

al shed, office and scales, 700; 

ham, 150; land, with buildings, 1-12 

acre, 600. 
Bryden, George, Hartford, Conn. 

House lot, 45 Sargent's plan, No. 3, 
1 -4 acre, 1 50. 

Blanchard, William A., Cleveland, ( ). 

Land, Gould st., 1-4 acre, 700. 
Briggs, H. ( '., Walpole 

Dwelling house, Sweetser st., 1400: 

land, with house, 1-4 acre. 300; 

duelling house, Pearl st., 1400 ; land, 

with house. 1-8 acre, 500. 
Briggs, Sarah M. 

Dwelling house, Main st., 2000: sta- 

ble, 150: land, with buildings, 1-4 

acre, 450. 
Brooks, A. L. & Co., Lowell 

Lot 60, Sargent's plan of 1858, 1 $-5 

acre, 300. 
Black, Thomas B. and Mabel L, Read- 




Real 

Estate. 



Total 

I AX. 



ing 



Land, Brook st., (Hopkins) 3 acres, 
250 : meadow and upland, west side 
Brook st., 3-4 acre, 100 ; meadow 
and upland, north side old road, 
7-8 acre, 100 ; meadow and upland, 
near Reading line, 2 acres, 100; 
land, east side old road, leading to 
Reading, 5 acres, 200 ; meadow, east 
side old road, 1 1-2 acre, 150. 
Brown, William B., Marblehead . 
Dwelling house. Prospect st, 600; 



$ 1,800 $ 28 80 



1,100 



1,400 



3,200 



150 

700 
3,600 



2,600 



300 

Soo; 



800! 



1 7 60 



22 40 



51 20 



2 40 

1 1 20 
5 7 60 



41 60 



4 80 



12 80 



12 80 



138 



POLLS AX J) ESTATES OF 



NAMES AM) ESTATES. 



land, with house, 1-2 acre, 200. 
Brown, John ..... 

Dwelling house, Lake St., 700 : land. 

with house, 1-4 acre, 175 ; house lot, 

Lake St., (Mercer), 1-4 acre, 175. 
Brown, Nellie H., Staten Island . 

Dwelling house, Bliss ct., 3500 : land, 

with house, 1 acre, 1500. 
Drown, ( ). W., Boston 

1 dwelling house. Main St., 1500 ; land. 

with house, 5-16 acre, 800. 
Brown, Aurelius L., Henry, 1 >ak. 

Woodland and meadow, south side 

of Salem St., 9 acres, 300. 
Browning, William A. . 

Lot, 135 : Robinson land. 1-6 acre, 

125; lots 218, 219, 220, Robinson 

land, 21,970 ft., 375. 
Buck, Charles, Stoneham 

Dwelling house. Chestnut St., 2500; 

stable, 500 ; hennery, 20 ; land, with 

buildings, 3-16 acre, 1 100. 
Butterfield, ( leorge W. I leirs of, Saugus 

Tillage land, Wiley St., 3 a< res, 350 ; 

pasture, 13 acres, 650. 
liurgess, John E. and George A. . 

South half of lot 4, Eustis plan, 1-5 

acre, 200; lot 5. Eustis plan, 18,876 

ft, 350 ; lot 7, Eustis plan, 19.345 ft., 

350 : lot 15, M.337 &•> 200; lot 24 

and part of 23, 53,034 ft., 350: lot 

26, 16.106 ft, 125 : lot 34f33>9 2 3 ft -> 
125. 
Burditt, Joseph O., Hingham 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 900 ; shop, 
50 ; land, with buildings, 3-4 acre, 
275 : land, north of Salem St., 1-2 
acre, 50; meadow, 1 acre, 25. 

Berry, Martin Van B. . 

Dwelling house, Eowell St., 700 ; sta- 
ble, 250 : shed, 50 : land, with build- 
ings, 9 acres, 1200. 

But man, George W., Wenham 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 800 ; land, 
with house, 1-4 acre, 200. 

Bears, George W., Boston . 

Eots 560, 561, cor. Pitman ave., and 
Babson St., 6.542 ft., 150. 



m 



Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Total 

' 1 ■* 

1 AX. 


$ 


$ 
1,050 


16 So 




5,000 


80 00 




2,300 


36 80 




300 


4 80 




500 


8 00 




4,] 20 


65 92 




1 .000 


16 00 




1,700 


27 20 




1,300 


20 80 




2,200 


35 2() 




1,000 


16 00 




'5° 


2 40 



THE TOWN of WAKEFIELD. 



139 



NAMES WI> ESTATES. 




Rial Total 
Estate. Tax. 



Berlitz, M. !>.. New York. N. Y. 
Lots [31, i 32 ( Ireenwood ave., 
5,905 ft.. 400. 
Bradford, Katherin 

1 5, $46, ( Ireenwood ave., 
.000 ft., 400. 

BurTum, Susan ( '., ( Ihelsea . 

1 ^welling hous< , Madison ave., ( unf'd) 
J5«> ; lots 2 1 8, 2 1 9, with house, 6,250 
feet, 400. 

irs, J. I '. 

Lot 559, ( In enwood Park, 100. 

< all, II. J.. I Miners 

Lots 2\ and 32, Simonds' plan. 1-2 

a< re, 450. 

rpenter, M- G 0. < >.. Boston 

Land, Prospect St., 4 acn s, 1 '>oo \ 

till. nth sith-, Prospect St., 6 

a< res, 3500. 

liter, Samuel < >.. Stoneham 

Meadow, west of Railroad St., 3-16 

acre, 25, 
( !arter, William, Reading 

Pasture, west of Elm St., 1 a< re, 75. 
Chamberlain, Porter Heirs of, Maiden 

Woodland, near ( )ak St., 15 acres, 

500. 
1 'hurrh. I lenry A., Milton . 

2 lots. Robinson plan, 1-3 acae, 350. 
Chapman, George \V., Haverhill, X.H. 

Dwelling house, Crescent St., 2500; 
land, with house, 8,476 ft., 800. 

Clark, Theodore M., Boston 

Dwelling house, Lowell St., 800; 
barn, 150; sheds, 50; land, with 
buildings, 41-2 acres, 450 ; meadow 
and woodland adj., 5 acres, 125 ; 
pasture and tillage, Lowell st,, 6 3-4 
acres, 1000 ; tillage, north side Low- 
ell st., 2 acres, 400 ; meadow, Low- 
ell st., 6 acres, 275. 

(.'lark, Nathaniel, Oak Grove 

Dwelling house, Pearl St., 1800 ; land, 
with house, 1- 10 acre, 450. 

Cobb, Charles K., Boston . 

1 ) welling house, Spring St., 1600 ; lot 
4, sect. 4, Nash Farm, Spring St., 
10.035 fcct > 3°° > l ot 5^ sect - 4? Nash 



> 



$ 400 



400 



850 



TOO 



45° 



5,100 



2 5 



75 



500 



35° 



3>3 00 



3.250 



2,250 



3,000 



$ 6 40 



6 40 



13 60 



1 60 

7 20 

8i 60 



40 



1 20 



8 00 



5 6o 
52 80 



52 00 



36 00 



48 00 



140 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o 



Per- Real Total 
sonal. i Estate: Tax. 



Farm, Spring St., 9,565 feet, 300; 
lot 4, sect. 2, Nash Farm, Greenwood 
st., 15,540 feet, 400; lot 3, sect. 2, 
Nash Farm, Greenwood St., 15,325 
feet, 400. 

Gecca, Cosmo De, Melrose . 

Slock in trade, 400 ; 1 horse, 75 j 1 
wagon, 25 ; dwelling house, Main St., 
500; barn, 50; 2 stores, 500; land, 
with buildings, 1-10 acre, 1500. 

Coleman, Charles A., Lynn 

Dwelling house, Byron st., 1000; 
shed, 25 ; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 
250; lot 151, 13.406 feet, 150; lot 
152, 13,1 1 7 feet, 150; lot 2 1 7, 10,890 
feet, 125. 

Colby, Alden E. Heirs of, Danville, 
>.N . IT . .... 

Dwelling house, \V. Chestnut St., 
2000 ; stable, 600 ; dwelling house, 
Emerson >t., 1300; land, with build- 
ings, 1-3 acre, 1 700. 

Carley, Sarah, Boston . 

Lot 183, Pine st., 2,327 feet, 100. 

Cutler. Frank E., Somerville 

Dwelling house, Greenwood ave., 
1750; land, with house, lots 280, 
281, 5,833 feet, 400. 

Collins, John .... 
Dwelling house, Lake St., 700 ; land, 
with house, 1-4 acre, 125. 

Collins, Charles F., Charlestown . 
Lots 2i, 24, 28, Sargent's plan, No. 
3, 1 acre, 400. 

Cooley, George P., Cambridgeport 
Lot Prospect st., 1-2 acre, 250. 

Estabrook, G. W., Trustees 

Lot A, Low's plan, 1846 ; 5 acres, 
500 ; lot G, 3 acres, 400 ; lot 4, ^-8 
acre, 150 ; lots 10, 1 1, 3-5 acre, 300 ; 
lots 13, 14, 2-3 acre, 300 ; south half 

- of lot 20, 1-7 acre, 100; lot 16, 1-4 
acre, 250; lot 19, 1-3 acre, 250; lot 
21, 3-8 acre, 300; lot 25, 5-8 acre, 
300; lot 29. 5-12 acre, 400; lot 5, 
yS acre, 150: lot 8, 1-2 acre, 300; 
east half of lot 9 and lot 1). 5-16 
acre, 250 j lot 1 and part of Mill's 






500 -,550 48 80 



1,700 



IOO 

2,15° 



825 



4co 



250 



4,600 



27 20 



5,600 89 60 



1 60 
34 4° 



13 20 

6 40 

4 00 
73 6o 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



141 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



z 

r 

X 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real Total 
Estate. Tax. 



lot, 3-5 acre, 250; land north side 
Linden St., 3-4 acre. 400. 

Carleton, William A., Melrose 

Dwelling house, Elm St., 500; stable, 
100 ; land, with buildings, 5 1-4 acre, 
2400. 

., I". 1 and T. !•'.., Jr. 
2 dwelling houses. Cedar St., 4200 ; 
dwelling house, Gould St., 2100; 
land, with houses, 3-4 acre, 1500. 

Cox, Thomas E., Lvnnfield . 

Woodland both sides Pine St., 40 
acres, 800 ; meadow, south side Pine 
st.. 10 acres, lOOJ dwelling house, 

Vernon St., 1300; stable, 100; land, 

with buildings, 1-2 ;i< re, 500. 
Coggan, Marcellus, Maiden 

Dots s. 15, sect. 4, Mead's plan, 

19,365 feet, 400. 
Cunningham, J. I;., Haverhill 

MeadoW, south side Pine St., 1 3-4 
acre. 150. 

Cushman, Eliza, Boston 

Dwelling house, \\rnon St., 1000; 
stable. 200 ; land, with buildings, 
8 3-4 acres, 2000 ; land, east side 
Vernon st., 2 acres, 400. 

Cheever, Cyrus, Saugus 

Dwelling house, Salem st., 1600; 
land, with house, 5-16 acre. 1000. 

Coyle, Mrs. Ann, Chelsea . 

House lot, Valley st., 1-6 acre, 100, 

Crowley, Peter .... 
Dwelling house. Middlesex St., 500; 
land, with house, 1-3 acre, 100. 

C nickering, J. W. 

Dwelling house, Central st., 500; 
land, with house, 9-22 acre, 600. 

Carson. Matilda M. 

Shop, Brook ave., 25 ; land, with 
shop, 3-16 acre, 65 ; dwelling house. 
Brook ave., 500 ; land, with house, 
1-8 acre, 125 ; dwelling house, Brook 
ave., Packard's plan, 600 ; land, with 
house, 1-8 acre, 125 ; dwelling house, 
Brook ave., Mansfield's plan, 500 ; 
land, with House, 1-8 acre, 85 ; dwell- 
ing house, Brook avenue, Brown, 



$ 



3,000 



2,800 



400 



150 



2,600 



100 



600 



48 00 



7,800 124 80 



44 80 



6 40 



2 40 






3,600 57 60 



41 60 

1 60 
9 60 



1,100' 17 60 



3,500 56 00 



142 



POLLS AXJ) ESTATES ()] 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




1200: land, with house, 1-6 acre, 

100; lot 8, Brook ave., Wiley's plan, 

75 ; lot 14, Brook ave., Mansfield's 

plan, 1-6 acre, 100. 
Cate, Martin L. . 

Lot 3, Dell ave., 11,250 feet, 200. 
Cox, Frank E., Chelsea 

Stock in trade, 2000. 
Colburn, L. ( )., Lowell 

Lot 18, Converse St., 8,220 feet, 200. 
Cook C. W., Melrose . 

Lot, Greenwood st.. 9 a< res, 600, 
Congregation, Mishkau [srael 

Dwelling house. Lakeside ave., 300 : 

land, with house, 1-2 acre, 500. 
Curran, James 1'.. So. Framingham 

Dwelling house, cor. Pleasant and 

Park sts., [70OJ laud, with house. 

1-1 2 acre, 550. 
Campbell, 1 [enrietta L. 

I .■ its 1 36, 1 37, ( Greenwood Pai I. 
Darling, Mary F., No. Cambridge 

Dwelling hou.se. Main st.. 1700: 

land, with house, 5-16 acre, 800. 
1 >ager, Sallie, .us . 

Dwelling house, Vernon st., 600: 

laud, with house. 1-4 acre, 250. 
Damon, Etson, Reading 

Meadow, Railroad st.. 3 . 70 ; 

meadow, south side Railroad St., 3 

acres, 30. 
Danforth, John M., Lynnfield 

Land, near Lynnfield line,; acres, too. 
Davis, M. F., Vassalboro, Me. 

Dwelling house. Mechanic St., 2000 ; 

shed. 50: land, with buildings, 1-16 

acre, 500. 
Dearborn, Elizabeth, Lynn . 

House lot, Valley st., 1-7 acre, 75. 
Dennehy, P. H., est., Boston 

House lot, Vernon St., 1-6 acre, 200. 
I )enhev, Martha, E., Boston 

Dwelling house, Rockland st., 1800: 

land, with house, 1-5 acre, 250. 
Derby, Charles H., Lynnfield 

Dwelling house, Lowell st., 350 ; 

barn, 50: land, with buildings, 1-2 

acre, 200. 



Real 
Estate. 



TOTAI 

Tax. 



% 



2,000 



200 



$ 



200 
600 
800 

2.250 






850 



1 00 



100 



3 20 



32 00 



20 



9 60 

[2 80 
36 OO 



3 20 



2,500 40 00 



[3 60 



I 60 



I 60 



2,550 jo 80 



75 


1 


20 


200 




20 


,050 


V 


-So 


600 


Q 


60 



THE TOWN or WAKEFIELD. 



143 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



Total 
Tax. 



I lodge, Edgar S., Natick 

1 :;. !. < >ak st., 1-2 acre, 300. 
1 lodge, Joshua ( '•.. Arlington 

Lot ,31, 32, Sullivan's plan. Lin- 
den st., 1 1 4 a< re, [20< . 
I toe, W illiam ( ... Melrose 

:ul, north side Water St., 30 1-3 
. 1800 : house lot, No. 30, Lake 
. and Broadway, i -3 a< re, 300. 
I )nnn, William A., SaugUS 

2 dwelling house-. Water St., i.v >(): 
land, with houses, 1 -2 acre, 4< 

Duffill, Albert E., and Andrew 

ui\. Myrtle ave., lot 20. jo, 265 
•>. 
Duffill, Albert I . ... 

Lot 1 1. Nash Farm, 8,580 feet, 300; 
lot 1 2, Nash Farm, 15 feet, 300. 

1 >ohert\ . John. Boston 

Dwelling house, Herbert st., 450: 
land, with house, i-«S acre, 100. 
I trake, Jane .... 

1 dwelling house, Ki< hard-on M.,1500 ; 
stable, 75 : land, with buildings, 1-8 

a< re, 250. 
Eames, Edward B., Reading 

[ce houses, Lowell st., moo; stable, 

200 : land, with buildings. 5-8 acre, 

200. 
Edmands, George E. Heirs of 

Lots 29, 30, M. Sweetser's land, 3-8 

acre. 100. 
Elliott. Matthew P., Somerville 

House lot, east side Emerson st., 

1-6 acre, 550. 
Eustis, Frederick J., Cambridge . 

[-2 lot 4, Eustis' plan, 1-5 acre, 200 ; 

lot 3, Eustis 1 plan, 16,039 feet, 400 ; 

lot 9, 24,637 feet, 325 ;lot 21, 31,324 

feet, 1 75 ; lot 27, 19, 692 feet. 125 ; 

lot 3-< 37.968 feet, 125. 
Eustis, James, New York, N. Y. . 

Lot 1, Kustis' plan, 13,524 feet, 300 ; 

lot 8, 26,004 f eet > 20 ° ) l Qt *4> l 3A 22 
feet, 175; lot 19, 18,572 feet, 125; 
lot 29, 20,951 feet, 125: lot 36, 
29,808 feet, 175. 



;oo 



1,200 



j . 1 00 



$ 4 80 
19 20 



33 60 



1,700 
700 
600 

55° 



1,400 



100 



55° 



^35° 



1,100 



27 20 



1 1 20 



9 60 



8 80 



1,825 29 20 



22 40 



1 60 



8 80 



21 60 



17 60 



144 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o 
r 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 
Tax. 



Eustis, Maria A., Hyde Park 

Dwelling house, Nichols St., 1800 
lot 10, with house, 17,798 feet, 350 
dwelling house, Nichols St., 1500 
lot 16, with house, 14,118 feet, 200 
lot 6, Eustis' plan, 20,286 feet, 400 
lot 12, 12,91 1 feet, 150 ; lot 18,16,684 
feet, 150; lot, 20, 23,980 feet, 100 
lot 22, part of 23, 39,409 feet, 250 
lot 25, 25,735 feet, 100; lot 30 

21,695 feet > I2 °; lot 3 I >45»5 8 4 fcet 
180 ; lot 35, 31,974 feet, 150 : stable 
Prospect st., 200: land, with stable 
5-8 acre, 250; meadow. Brook St. 
3 acres, 100. 

I ins, Mary, Reading 

Dwelling house, Wiley PI., 425 ; land, 
with house, 1 7 acre, 75. 

Evans, Isaac- .... 
Lot 19, H. O. Hale's plan, 15. 

Eccles. Sarah N. 

Lot 17. Eustis' plan, 14,047 feet, 350. 
Faunce, William T. 

Land, Linden st., Lord Est., 7,584 

feet, 1000. 
Farley, E, W. Heirs of, Newcastle, Me. 

Duelling house, Lowell st., 800; 

barn, 100; land, with buildings, 4 

acres, 650 ; pasture adj.. 3 acres. 100. 
Farnsworth, E. S., Newtonville 

Lot 1 7, Wakefield's plan, 1-3 acre, 250. 
Filley, S. R. Heirs of, 40 Wall St., New 
York, N. V. 

Dwelling house, Richardson st.,1500 ; 

land, with house, 1-2 acre, 500. 
Ford, Albert H. . 

House lot, 106, Robinson's plan, 1-2 

acre, 200. 
Foster, Clarence P., White Earth, Colo. 

Land east of C. H. R. Cheney's, 

1-20 acre, 150. 
Foster. Stephen, Reading 

Tillage land, Elm St., 3 acres, 320 ; 

pasture, near Elm St., 4 acres, 160; 

meadow, near Elm st., 1 acre, 20. 
Fuller, Henry C, Lowell 

Dwelling house, W. Chestnut St., 

1 700 ; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 850. 



$ 6,000 



500 

35° 
1,000 



250 
2,000 



200 



'5° 



500 



2 >55° 



$ 96 00 



8 00 

24 

5 6o 
16 00 



1,650 26 .p> 



4 00 
32 00 



3 2C > 
2 40 

8 00 



40 80 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



145 



N VMES AND ESTATES. 



o 

r 



Per- 

s< >NAL. 



Real 

Estate. 



Total 

I AX. 



Forsythe, James I!. Heirs of 

Lot, No. 2, Low's plan, 1846; 1-2 

a< re, 1 

irsythe Brothei 

2 hou 1 <om 's plan, ( Perkins) 

1-2 , 150. 

Frisard, Emile .... 
I dwelling 1. Salem St., 900 ; sta- 

ble, 150 \ hen house, 75 ; land, with 
build 2 1 -4 a< res, 600 ; pasture, 

near I owell St., 1 acres, 304 >. 

Ferris, Ella ('.. New \ r ork, N. \ . . 
Dwelling house, Byron St., 1S00; 
stable, 150; land, with buildings, 1-6 
a< ; dwelling house, Brook 

a\ ( »; land, with house, 1 8 acre, 

hki; dwelling house, Vernon St., 
[800; land, with house. 1-4 acre, 

1 So; dwelling house, Valley St., 800; 
land, with house, 3-16 acre, 65; 
dwelling house, Pleasant St., 2100; 
land, with house, 3 16 acre, 600; 
dwelling h< . Rockland St., 1S00; 
land, with house, 1-8 acre, 200; 
dwelling house. Wiley PL, No. 6, 600 ; 
land, with house, 1-7 acre, 75. 

Goodale, Margaret M.. Fort Mackinaw, 
Mich. ..... 

Dwelling house. Mt. 1'leasant ave., 
1400 ; land, with house. 1 -4 acre, 300. 

Gardner, George \V., Medford 

Dwelling house. Pleasant st., 2500; 

land, with house, 9100 feet, 850. 
Gage, 1'). W. Heirs of, Charlestown 

I Si. Robinson's plan, i -4 acre, 200. 
Gerritson, Charles S., Waltham . 

Dwelling house, Main st., 900; land, 

with house, 1 acre, 200. 
Gerry, Ephraim Heirs of 

Dwelling house, Main st., 1500; 

stable, 300 : land, with buildings, 

2 3-4 acres, 1 200. 
Gerry, Paulina, Stoneham 

Dwelling house, Charles St., 2200; 
land, with house, 1-6 acre, 300. 
Gill, Charles L., Stoneham . 

Meadow, west of Railroad St., 3-16 
acre, 25. 



> 



150 



J 50 



$ 2 40 



2 40 



2,025 3 2 40 



11,320 181 12 



1.700 



5>Sd 



sO 



200 



I,IOO 



3,000 



2,500 



2 5 



27 20 



53 60 



3 20 



1 7 60 



48 00 



40 00 



40 



14G 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



o 
f 



Per- Real Total 
sonal. Estate. Tax. 



Oilman, Helen, Boston 

Dwelling house, Main St., 700 ; land, 

with house, 1-4 acre, 400. 
Gleason, Josiah B., Lexington 

Dwelling house, Park St., 2500 ;land, 

with house, 1-5 acre, 800. 
Goodwin, William 1L. Boston 

[-2 lots i!, 12. 13, i.s, 24, Sargent's 

plan of [850, 5-8 acre, 250. 
( iraves, F. C. 

Lot [5, I ow's plan. 3-4 acre, 500. 

Green, James and Gill, Charles I,., 

Stoneham .... 

Woodland. Forest St., 5 a< res, 200. 
( Ireen, James, w on ester 

1 and. Main St., 7 acres, 500. 
Gibson, Joseph II. 

Dwelling house, Bryant St., 1500; 

land, with house, 1 -10 acre, \ 
( loodale, ( lharles I. . 

Dwelling house, Vernon St., 900; 

stable and shed, 150; land, with 

buildings, 1 3 . 250. 
Graydon, Alexander, Maiden 

Land. Byron St., u >,Sgo ft., 250. 
( trimmer, Charles P. . 

Dwelling house, (ireen St., 250OJ 

stable, 250 ; land, with buildings, 1 2 

acre. 450. 

( rrarTaro, Edwin M. 

Lot 72. Greenwood St., Pratt pi., 
s,3oo ft., 200. 

( irant, C. M. 

Lots 246. 247, Greenwood Lark, 200. 

I [allgren, John .... 
Lots 608, 609, Greenwood Park, 200. 

Hamblin, Sarah A., Fitchburg 

10 house lots, south side, Water st., 
5000 ft., 50. 

Hadcock, Henry L., Boston 

Dwelling house, Greenwood st., 
1500 ; stable, 150; land, with build- 
ings, 1 1-4 acres. 650. 

Hall, J. F. Heirs of, Portsmouth, N. H. 
Dwelling house, Mechanic st., No. 1, 
1400 , No. 2, 400 ; land with build- 
ings, 1-8 acre, 700. 



$1,100 $ 17 60 



3,300 52 80 



250 



500 






3,200 



200 



4 00 



500 8 00 
200 3 20 



8 00 



1 ,900 30 40 



1,300 20 80 



4 00 
51 20 



.•> 



20 



200 


3 


20 


200 


3 


20 


5° 




80 



2,300 36 -So 



2,500 40 00 



THE TOWN <>!•" WAKEFIELD. 



147 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 


— 

u 
C 
- 

7 

• 


Per- 
sona 1.. 


Real 
Estate. 


Total 

1 w. 


Hart, Henrj ( !., 1 Grange, N. J. 




$ 


% So 


$ 1 28 


Land, Ash swamp, 4 a< res, 80. 










1 [artwell, Louisa 1 leirs of . 






1,650 


26 40 


I dwelling house, 1 . ike St., 1 300 ; barn, 










50 : land, with buildings, 3-8 acre, 










.... 










Harrington, Ellen M.. Lexington 






2,000 


3 2 °° 


I dar and Auburn sts, .>7a> >i 4 










Feet, 2000. 










Hanks, 1 llarissa B., Main hester . 






3-5°° 


56 00 


I and. 1 hestnut St., 71-2 a< res, 










00. 










I ... 1 ynnfield 






1,000 


16 00 


Woodland, SOUth Ol Salem St., 22 










,K reg, ;«».. . woodland, south of Salem 










St., ( W altuii ) 1 2 .. . 3OO. 










Haw kes, Winfield S. 






5° 


80 


Lot, north side Salem St., 1-4 acre, 50. 




. 






Hay, John 1 ■'.. 1 .. nn 






100 


1 60 


Pasture, west of Elm St., 3-4 acre, 100. 










I [ayes, Morris, Marblehead 






--5 


3 60 


1 dwelling house, Melvin st., 100 ; 










land, with house, 1 -6 acre, 1 2^. 










I [errick, E. H. P., B ston . 






300 


4 80 


Lot 23, Foundry st., 1-4 acre, 150; 










lot 1 9, 1 ike St., 1 -3 150. 










I [ewes, John 1 !., Lynnfield 






1 .000 


16 00 


Woodland, north side of Salem st., 










80 a< res, 1000. 










I [ill, Sidney A., Stoneham . 






2 5 


40 


Meadow, west of Railroad St., 3-IO 










acre. 25. 










Holton, Lemuel, Winchester 






200 


3 20 


House lot No. 31, Sargent's plan No. 










3, 1-4 acre, 200. 










Haw lev. Mary P., Melrose Highlands 






35o 


5 60 


Tillage land, Main st., 2 1-2 acres. 










35°- 










Homan. J. A., Augusta, Me. 






1,800 


28 80 


Dwelling house, Main st., 1500 : land. 










with house. 1-4 acre, 300. 










Homestead Co-op. Bank, Boston 






1,500 


24 00 


Dwelling house, Cedar st., 1000; 










land, with house, 16,500 ft., 500. 










Hone, Byron S., Saugus 






4,800 


76 80 


Dwelling house, Water st., No. 1, 










1500; No. 2, 500; shop, 25 ; land, 










with buildings, 1-2 acre, 650; dwell- 











148 



POLLS AND ESTATES OP 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Total 
Iax. 



(). Hale's 



2 1-5 acre, 



ing house, Water St., No. 3, 450; 
land, with house, 1-3 acre, 300; 
meadow. Putney lot, 3 acres, 60 ; 
meadow, Water St., 2 acres, 40 : land, 
cOr. Vernon and Salem sts., 1 acre, 

1 - 75- 
Hood, H. P., Deny, N. H. 

House lot No. 4, Simond's plan, 1-3 

acre-, [50. 
Hopkins, L. and L. A., Reading. 

Pasture, near Prosper t St., 14 acres. 

1400. 
1 [anson, Polly !•'.. Saugus 

Dwelling house. Main St., 650 ; land, 

with house, 1 acre, 260. 
1 Eurd, Joseph A., Salem 

Lots 25, 26, - 1 ;, 28, 1 1 

plan, 60. 
I lealev. Edward S.. Lynn 

Lot east end Charles st., 

250. 
Holt, Anna .... 

Lots 593, 596. 597 Greenwood Lark. 

300. 
Harrington, Elizabeth W., Lexington 

Lot No. t, cor. Water and Poplar sts., 

1 L ( ). 1 [ale's plan 15. 
Tackman. Charles G.. Lynn 

Dwelling house, Lowell st., 800; 

stable, 150; land, with building 

acres, 750 ; pasture, adj., 6 acres, 

300. 
Jacques, < His, Boston 

House lot 31, Simond's plan, 1-4 

acre, 200. 
Junkins, Charles IL, Kennebunk, Me. 

House lot, Hartley st., 3-8 acre, 200. 
Johnson. A. E. .... 

Dwelling house, Pine st., (()) 1300; 

lots 142, 143. with house, 5,957 feet, 

300. 
Kelle, Louis H., Boston 

Lot, Wiley Place, 1-20 acre, 50. 
Kelton, Sarah E., Mansfield 

Dwelling house, Franklin St., 2000; 

stable, 400 ; shop, 30 ; land, with 

buildings, 1-4 acre, Coo. 



% 



"5° 



1,400 



910 



60 



250 



300 



*5 



2,000 



200 

200 

1 ,600 



50 



$ 



2 40 



22 40 



'4 5 6 



96 



4 00 



4 80 



-4 



32 00 



3 2 ° 

3 2 ° 
25 60 



80 
48 48 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



149 



N \MI S AND ESTATES. 



c 



Per- 

\AI. 



Real Total 
Estate. Tax. 



Kendrick, II. I*. I [eirs of, Boston. 

I [< ins • lots, 43, 4-i . ^ tit's plan, 



\ 



.•>• 






nnecl) , I [annah 

1 i 'i south of Nahant -t.. i - 1 (> a« re, 25. 
Keni i< k, William A.. Jr., East I 

v mill, Vernon St., 600 ; land, with 

mill. 1 ; »(). 

Kenrii k, William A. I last ; ten. 

I Kvelling house, Main St., 5* • 

ble, i«» 1 . land, with buildings, 1 

) ; land. I .owe 11 St., 1 acre, 

land, east side Main St., 3 1-2 

land, west side Main st., 

J 1 ; 250. 

King VVellesli 

I I ■ ise lot, 1). I [awke's plan, 1 -4 

• l 5°' 
Kingman, S imuel ( '., Bridgeport, 

P. ( ). Building, Main St., 50 >■> : land, 

with building, 1-20 acre, 1850; 1-2 

lots 1 36, 1 38, V E. [ce plan, 

Keelej . Patri< k, I ake, 111. 

Dwelling house, Rockland st.. 1300; 

land, with house, 1 -7 acre, 200. 

Kirby, Hiomas .... 

I > welling house, Bennett >t., 900; 

barn, 75 : land, with buildings, 9-16 

acre, 35 
Kimball, Mary Heirs of 

Shop, Broadway, 25 ; house lot, 

I! road way. 1 -2 acre, 375. 
Kent, Lydia A., Melro 

Dwelling house. Summit ave., 1800; 

land, with house, 24,339 ^ cct ' 4°°- 
I eighton, Mary I ). 

I )\\ elling house, Lakeside ave., 1 200 ; 

land, with house, 1-2 acre, 450; lot 

11, Sargent's plan, No. 1, 21,250 

feet, 450. 
Livingston, \V. E., Lowell 

Dwelling house, Byron st., 500 ; land, 

with house, 1-5 acre, 200. 
Lahey, James, Stoneham 

Stock in trade, 500 ; shop, east of 

Foundiy st., 200; land, with shop, 

2-7 acre, 400. 



g 25c s 4 00 



40 



900 14 40 



t,8< 2.s 80 



[CO 



1>325 



400 



2,200 



2,100 



7 00 



2 40 



7,i< r 13 60 



1.500 24 00 



2 1 20 



6 40 



35 2 ° 



33 60 



1 1 20 



6001 1 7 60 



150 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Per- 



P SONAL 

IT. 



Real Total 

Estate. 'I ax. 



Landers. Charles M.. Somerville . 

Land, south of Nahant sL.1-3 acre, 60. 
Lapham, M. B. New Bedford 

Land, Nahant st., 1 acre, 600. 
Lawrence, Thomas 

Dwelling house. Water St., 1300; 

2-5 bam, 200 : land, with buildings, 

21-2 acres, 300. 
Lawn. Frank Heirs of 

Lots 43, 44, Robinson's plan, 1-2 

acre, 500. 
Lewis, Allen VV., Lynn 

Land, north of Salem street, 4 acres, 

600. 
Lewis, Joseph L.. Bowdoin, Me. . 

1 dwelling house. ( ireen st., 900 : land, 

with house. 1-4 acre, 100. 
Linnell, Lorenzo F., Boston 

Dwelling house. Railroad st.. 2000: 

stable, 600 ; land, with buildings, 

3-16 acre, 1000. 
Lynde, ( ie< »rge, 2nd. Melro 

Woodland east of Main st.. 1 1 acres, 

300. 
Lynde, Alonzo V., Melrose . 

Lot 40. Sargent's plan, 1858 ; lots 

53, 54. 56, (Kempton- Abbott), lot 

61, 67, Riddell ; 3 9-16 acres. 600; 

lot north side Richardson street, 



1 4 acre, 300 



lot 1, P. H. Sweet- 



ser's plan, (Locke), 1-4 acre, 100; 

lot 2, (McLeod). 3-16 acre, 135: 

lot 34, Bennett st.. (Wright), 1-4 

acre, 125 ; lot 3, Dennett st., (Ela), 

1- 1 2 acre, 100: lot 4, Slater's plan, 

No. 2. 1-4 acre, 50; lot 5. H. L. 

Eaton's plan, ( Elliott), 1-4 acre, 40 ; 

1-2 lot, Melvin st., (Harkins), 1-16 

acre, 50. 
Loud, Edward 15. 

Land, Water st., (Cushing), 13,500 

feet, 100. 
Lyon, John, Boston 

Dwelling house, Herbert st., 450; 

land, with house. 1-4 acre, 100. 
Learned, Stephen 1)., Westerly, R. I. 

Lots 21, 22, 23. 24, H. (). Hale's 

plans, 60. 



$ 60 $ 96 



600 



500 

(mo 
1 .000 

3. OCX, 



300 



'0 00 



100 



550 



60 



9 60 



r,8oo 28 So 



S 00 



() 60 



1 () 00 



7 60 



4 So 



24 00 



1 60 



S 80 



96 



THE TOWN" OF WAKEFIELD. 



151 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



-r 
o 

r 

— 



Per- 
sonal. 



Rial 
Estate. 



Total 

1 AX. 



Leavitt, Eunice .... 
Lots ii, 12, 13, 14. 15. 16, II. 0. 
1 [ale's plan, 75. 
ms, 1 lennis, Boston 
Dwelling house, Lowell St., (Oliver), 
500: land, with house, 1 acre, 200; 
dwelling house, Lowell St., (Mans- 
field), IOO; land, with house, 2 1-2 
acre-. 400 ; lots 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 

M. Sweetser's plan, 1 acre, -50: 

meadow, Montr 3 a< res. 100 ; 

meadow. Lowell St., 4 acres, 150. 
I \nn. 1 Eebrew Benev. Ass'n. 

Land, Lakeside ave., 5,000 feet, 300. 
Marsh, I. 1'.. Boston . 

Lots 435, 435. Greenwood ave., 

6,000 feet, 400 ; lots 445.446, Madi- 
>n ave., 6,000 feet, 400. 
Merrett, 1... Trustee, East Cambridge 

Lota 50, 51, 52, Sargent's plan of 

1 858, 1 acre, 300, 
Marshall, James, Boston 

Pasture, south of Lowell St., 3 acres, 

300; land, east of A. Foster's, 12 

acres. 450; meadow, 12 acres, 350. 

Martin, Darius A. Heirs of . 
Lot. 47 to 50, inclusive, 57, 58, 59, 
Sargent's plan, No. 3, 2 acres, 500. 

Martin, Thomas, Chelsea 

3 houses, 300 ; 3 cows. 120 ; 4 swine, 
(>o : 3 < arriages, 200 ; dwelling house, 
Main st.. 2900; stable, 900; shed 
and carriage house, 400 ; land, with 
• buildings, 20 acres, 5000; pasture, 
meadow and woodland on Lowell St., 
51 acres, 5000 ; meadow, Lowell St., 
1 acre, 100. 

Mclntire, Joseph. South Boston . 
Dwelling house, Lafayette St., 1800; 
shed, 100; land, with buildings, 5-8 
acre, 1S00. 

McKay, George Heirs of, Charlestown 
Tillage land, Xahant St., 2 acres, 800. 

Melendy, Dudley, Reading . 
Tillage land, Lowell St., 7,818 ft., 50. 

Mellett, Henry T., Stoneham 

Dwelling house, Nahant St., 400: 
land, with house, 1-6 acre, 100. 



680 



% 75 



1,700 



S 1 20 



27 20 



;< 



800 



300 



500 



14,300 



3,7oo 



800 



5° 



;oo 



4 80 
12 80 



4 80 



1,100 1 7 60 



8 00 



239 68 



59 20 



12 80 



80 



8 00 



152 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



X 



Per- 
sonal. 



Merriam, H. C, Salem 

Dwelling house, near Main St., moo ; 
stable, 1000 ; shed, 50; land, with 
buildings, 7 acres, 1400 ; pasture adj.. 
5 1-4 acres, 300; meadow, 2 acres. 
[oo ; woodland, 2 acres, 150. 

Merrill, Greeley .... 
Dwelling house and store. Main St.. 
2800: stable, 100; land, with build- 
ings, 1-16 acre, 1 100. 

Messenger, Frank A., Melrose 

Tillage, near Melrose line, 3 acres, 
800; meadow, near Melrose line, 3 
res, 1 

Metcalf, George V. Maiden 

Lot 12. Foundry st., 1-3 acre. 150. 

Metcalf, Marcus A., Maiden 

i >ts 16. 17. 1 8, 1 <>. 25, 26, S nt's 
plan, No. 3, 1 1-2 acre, 750 ; lots [O, 

17. 22, 23, 1-2 of 21, Sargent's plan 
of 1850, 1 1-8 acre, 350. 

Morse, George S., Boston 

1 dwelling house, Greenwood st., 900 ; 
land, with house, 1-4 acre. 1 

Moultcn, James T. and Joseph 

2 dwelling houses, Salem st., 1000; 
land, south side Salem -t.. 4 a: res, 
500. 

Muse, John. Reading . 

Meadow land. Elm St., 
Murdock, William H., Boston 

Dwelling house, Main St., 1800 ; land. 

with house, 1-4 acre, 500. 
Murphy. John J. ... 

Lot, Otis st., 1 -10 acre, 300. 
Marshall, James, Melrose 

Land, Nahant st., 3 acres, 75. 
McLean, Archie .... 

Lot 20, Foundry St., 5-12 acre, 100. 
Mayo, Nathan F., Saugus 

.Dwelling house, Oak St., 1000 ; land. 

with house, 1-2 acre, 300. 
Moore. Gaston B. 

Dwelling house, Pitman ave., (unf'd) 

300 ; lots 619, 620, with house. 6,000 

feet. ico. 
Moore, George W. 



acres, 100. 



$ 



Real 

ESTA II. 



TOTAl 

Tax. 



$ 4.000 S 64 00 



4.000 64 00 









I .COO 



I 5OO 



7OO 



14 40 



2 40 



1 ,100 i 7 60 



16 00 



24 00 



100 


I 


60 


2,300 


36 


80 


300 


4 


80 


75 


1 


20 


TOO 


1 


60 


1,300 


20 


So 



I I 20 



400 



() 40 



T1IK TOWN (>F WAKEFIELD. 



153 



\ \.\ir.S AND ESTAT] 



Per- 



g 

~ SON A I. 



Real Total 
Estate. Tax. 



621, (>22 Pitman ave., 6,000 ft., 
\' 
Morrison, * !harles L. . 

Dwelling house, Greenwood ave., 

( unf'd ). 200 : lots 11''. 117. with 

hous . ft., 40 . 

Miller, ( lharles P., Boston . 

I >t 21 and 1 -2 lot 20. se< t. 4, Mead 

plan, 22,500 ft., 600. 
N iphen, Margaret A. . 

Dwelling house, west of P. & M. K. 

1\.. 500 : land, with h< 3-4 acre, 

800. 
Nicl 1 . Mi . A. S., Reading 

Meadow west of Railroad st., 3 

24 res, 60. 
Nutter, Thomas ! '.. Boston, and Boyn- 
ton, Sarah ( '.. ( lambridg 

Dwelling house, Greenwood St., 

[900; barn and shed, 400: wind- 
mill and tank, 200 ; dwelling house. 

north side Spring St., (nnf'd) 2000; 

tillage and pasture with buildings, 15 

acres. 4500 : meadow, 10 acres, 500 ; 

woodland, Greenwood and Brown 

sts., 80 acres, 10,000; pasture, 

Myrtle ave., 2 acres, 500. 
Nutter, Andrew F. 

Lots 14, 15, J. B. Cunningham's 

plan, Reading and LynnfieJd Road, 

10,000 ft., 200. 
Ober, Luke C, Ottawa, Kan. 

Lots 10, 11, 12, Simond's plan, 3-4 

acre, 500. 
Oliver. Mary E., Melrose 

Lot, Franklin st., 1-4 acre, 300. 
Oliver, Herbert F., Gt. Falls, N. H. 

Land, south side Nahant st., 1-2 

acre, 50. 
Osgood, Samuel, Lake Village, N. H. 

House lot, Melvin St., 1-4 acre, 150. 
Orme, Cora J., Boston 

Lots 6, 7, 16, 1 7, sect. 4, Mead plan, 

39,425 ft., 800. 
Parker, William C. 

Land, south side M. L.Parker's house, 

1 1-2 acre, 300 : meadow, north side 

of Salem st., 2 1-2 acres, 80; pas- 



$ 



600 



600 



60 



200 



500 



50 



] 5° 
800 



o 







9 60 



9 60 



1,300 20 80 



9 6 



20,000 320 OO 



3 20 



8 00 



300 4 80 



80 



40 



1 2 80 



1 2 00 



154 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



- 

NAMES AND ESTATES. 


Pkr- Real 

! 1^ 


Total 






son a i.. Estate. 


Iax. 


ture, meadow and woodland near 




$ $ 


$ 


Lynnfield line, 13 acres, 370. 






Parker, Kmeline A., Reading 


200 


3 20 


Woodland, north of Railroad St., 






41-2 acres, 200. 






Parker, William H., Lowell 


4,920 


78 72 


Block, Turnbull ave., 3000 ; land, 








with block, 5-16 acre, 400; dwelling 








house, Otis St., 1400 ; land, with 






house, 1-4 acre, 1 20. 






Parks, Clarence A. 


4,700 


75 2Q 


Dwelling house, Bennett st., 3100; 






land, with house, 5-8 acre, 1600. 






Parton, Francis, Heirs of, Lynn . 


1.250 


20 00 


Dwelling house, Water St., 700 ; sta- 






ble, 100; land, with buildings, 3 






acres, 450. 






Pember, Elmer F., Titusville, Pa. 


1.400 


22 40 


2 lots, Gould st., 25,350 ft., 1400. 




. 




Perkins, James W, Heirs of, Reading 


IOO 


1 60 


Meadow, near Reading line, 3 acres, 








100. 








Perkins, John, Lynnfield 


23,600 


377 ^o 


Brick block, Main st., 3000 : store 








building, Main St., 900 : land, with 








buildings, 3-8 acre, 2C00 : buildings 








cor. Main and Albion sts., 6500; 








dwelling house and saloon, Albion st., 








2500 ; land, with buildings, 1-4 acre, 








4700 ; dwelling house, Pearl st.,, 








1800; stable and shed, 300; land, 








with buildings, 2-5 acre, 1100; 








Green's land, east side of Main st., 








9 3-4 acres, 200. 








Peterson, Gustus, Charlestown 




4,300 


68 80 


Dwelling house, Main St., 2200: 








barn, too ; land, with buildings, 1 








acre, 2000. 








Pike, Mrs. Sarah, Everett 




2 5° 


4 00 


Lot 15, Robinson land, 3-5 acre, 250. 










Pitman, Henry F., Heirs of,Marblehead 






9,100 


145 6c 


Dwelling house, Chestnut st., 2500; 










stable, 800 ; dwelling house, Albion 










st., 2300: land, with buildings, 3-4 








acre, 3500. 








Pranker, George, et als. 




1,000 


16 00. 


Mill site, Salem St., 1-2 acre, 1000. 











THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



155 



N \M1.S AND ESTATES 



FoTAL 




Pais, Mary, 1'. >ston 
Lots 32, 33, 34, H. o. Hale's plan, 

45- 
Prescott, George H., Reading 

Dwelling house, Lowell St., «Soo : 

barn, iooj shed, 150; land, with 
buildings, 1 acre* 200. 
Perkins, ( Jharles E., ( Ihelsea 

Dwelling house, Bennett St., 800 ; lot 
\, Sargent's plan with house, ^,580 

Perkins, Will >ur ( "., Boston . 

Lot 9, Sargent's plan of 1876, 1-12 

acre, 100. 
Proal, ( reorge W. 

Lot 7, sect, 1, Nash farm, 10,500 ft.. 

300. 
Pendleton, < >-< ai A. . 

Dwelling house, Myrtle ave., 500; 

land, with house, 1-2 acre, 150. 
Philpot, Robert, Melrose 

Lot 71, Pratt plan. Greenwood, 

7,225 ft., 200. 
Pratt, Allen, Chelsea . 

Dwelling house, Salem St., 800; sta- 
ble, 100; land, with buildings, 1 

acre, 300. 
Potter, (ieorge H., Boston . 

Dwelling house, Frances ave., 1400; 

lots 368, 369, with house, 6,170 ft., 

400. 
Rand, ( ieorge I)., Boston . 

Dwelling house, Cedar Hill, 3000 ; 

lot 1, with house, 12,661 ft., 700. 
Randall, Charles E., Boston 

1-2 lot 10, Foundry St., 1-6 acre, 50. 
\\c'a\, Avis, Brookline 

Dwelling house, Court St., 300 ; sta- 
ble, 50 ; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 

150. 
Richardson, Lydia S. Heirs of 

Land, west of Danvers R. R., 2 1-2 

acres, 300. 
Richardson, William Heirs of, Man- 
chester, X. H. 

Land both sides Lawrence St., 4 

acres, 6000. 



t 45 



1,250 



1,050 



100 



;ooi 



200 



1,200 



1,800 



o> 



700 

5° 
500 



300 



6,000 



s 



72 



20 00 



16 80 



1 60 



4 80 



650 10 40 



20 



19 20 



28 80 



59 2 ° 

80 
8 00 



4 80 



96 00 



150 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



N \MES AND ESTATES. 



z 
r 

- 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



Total 
Tax. 



Ricker, I )avid .... 
Woodland, Lowell St., 9 acres, 250. 

Robinson, T. S. G., Charlestown . 
House lot, Main St., 1 1-4 acre 600. 

Ropes, William & Co., Boston 

1-2 lots 11, [2, 13, [8, 24 Sargent's 
plan of 1850, 5-8 acre, 250. 

Rowe, Abraham T., Boston 

Lots 358, 359, Edmand's St., (G) 
6,000 ft., 300. 

Russell, A. \\ .. Quin< y 
Dwelling house, Nahant st., 10 
stable, 100; land, with buildings, 1 
acre . > ; pasture adj., 10 aci 

IO( 

Russell, 1 Daniel, 1 .\ nn 

Tillage land, Water -t., 4 3 4 a< res, 
20 1 : land, cor. Water and Farm 
1-4 acre. 

Reed, Edward !•'.. Everett . 
I »t 2, H. 0. 1 [ale's plan, 15. 

Rogers, Julia A., Reading 
1 dwelling h . east of Vernon 

. 21 m > ; land, with build- 
ings, 9 aires, 750; pasture adj., 12 
acre meadow adj., 7 a< res, 

250 ; woodland, east of Danvers 1\. 

R.. 7 a< res, ; 
Ri Paul. Boston . 

i 114, 115. ( ireenwood ave., 

5,680 ft.. 400. 
Ripley, ( !ora K., Boston 

I >ts j 2. 23, sect. 3. Mead plan, 

28,875 ft -> 5°°- 
Savage, Augusta A. 

Dwelling house, Convers . 700; 

land, with house, lot S, 9,506 It., 200. 
Skinner, Caroline I']., Trustee 

Dwelling house, Walnut st., 400; 
barn. 25 ; land, with buildings, 

111,075 ft -> I2 75- 

,Skinner, Caroline E. . 

Land, west side Walnut >t., 22.794 

ft., 500 ; land, east side Walnut st., 

30,752 ft., 600. 
Skinner, Edward M. 

Lot, cor. Gould and Cedar 

9,611 ft.. 350. 



$ 250 



600 












»5 
2,3 ( 






500 






1,700 



I . I OO 



350 



S 4 00 
9 60 

4 no 
4 No 

4 ! 00 



4 00 



•■ I 



3O -So 



6 40 



8 00 



14 40 



27 20 



1 7 60 



60 



TIIK TOWN < >K WAKEFIELD. 



157 



- 

\Mi:s AND ESTAT1 5. 

• 


Per- 

& >NAL. 


Real 

Es\ ATK. 


Total 

1 AX. 


Sanderson, John T. 






$ 800 


$ 12 80 


Dwelling house, Spring St., 500; 










land, with bouse, 14,740 ft., 300. 
Sanborn, S. A.. H< irs of, Waterford,Pa. 
Lot 62, S nt's plan of 1 85 






100 


I 60 


. i>)o. 










innell and Whalley, I -owell 






250 


4 00 


1 louse I it, No. 5 . 3ai gent's plan, 










Railroad st., [-3 .• 
Schwartz, Louis B., Bi 1 ikline 
Pasture and woodland, ( Jreen St., 






3»5°° 


56 00 


Sedle) . I< »hn S., 1 iwrence . 

Lot 9, S irgent's plan, V >. 2, 3-16 






750 


1 2 00 


a< re, -- 
Shephard, ( Itis, Boston 

\ [1 iuse lot, Low 's plan, 1 846, 1 1-4 






600 


9 60 


gent's plan ol 








» 


1 858, 1 -4 acre, 100. 
Slack, I [elen M.. Marshfield 






1,800 


28 80 


Dwelling house, Summer St., 1300; 
shop, 50; land, with buildings, 1-4 










acre, 450. 
Smith, Edmund Heirs of, Cambridge 






2,000 


32 00 


1 ind, 20 aci 0. 










Somen ille, ( ity of 






i>75° 


28 00 


Land, Vernon St., 1 5-8 acre, 1750. 
Spade, William, Chelsi . . • 






i ? 75° 


28 00 


Lots i". 15, 16, Pleasant st, 1-2 










acre, 1 750. 
Skaling, J. II. and Wentworth, J. T. 






2,600 


41 60 


Dwelling house, Greenwood ave., 
. (unf'd) 700 ; dwelling house, Green- 










wood ave., 1400: 1-2 lots 332, 333, 
334, with houses, 4500 ft., 500. 

Sprague, < trrissa [., Boston . 

' ►ts 336, 337 Greenwood ave., 
6,1 70 ft., 400 ; lots 396, 397, Green- 
wood ave., 6,000 ft., 400. 

Stark, Abbie H., Hollis, N. 11. . 
Lots 42 and 64. Sargent's plan, No. 






800 
250 


12 80 
4 00 


3, 1-2 acre, 250. 
Starks, Credit Foncier 

Land. Nahant st., (C. Sweetser) 
22 3-4 acres. 1200; land, Water St., 
( Rayner) 1 7 acres, 400 ; Edmand's 






1,650 


26 40 


land, with ledge, 2 acres, 50. 
Steams, William Heirs of, Boston 






20c 


3 2 ° 



158 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Per- 



o 

- SONAL 

s. 



Lots 53 and 63, Sargent's plan No. 

3, 3-4 acres, 200. 
Stevens, George H., Trustee, Lowell 

Dwelling house, YV. Chestnut St., 

1500: land, with house, 3-16 acre, 

700. 
Stimpson, (ieorge W. . 

Tillage land, west of Main St.. 2 

acres, 250. 
Stone, Amos. Everett . 

Woodland and meadow south shore. 

12 acres, 650; land, between A. A. 

Currier's and Stoneham line, 7 1-2 

acres, 600 ; meadow, 1 1-2 acre, 50 : 

land, near L. H. Tasker's, 2-5 acre, 

200. 
Stone, Jonathan, Revere 

Lot 57. Robinson plan, Broadway, 

10,890 ft., 2^n. 

Stowell, Eugene A. and Nichols, Susan 
A., Ashland, N. H. 

Dwelling house, Cordis St., 900: 

land, with house, 3-4 acre, 600 : 

Poplar Island meadow, 2 acres, 20. 
Sweetser, Drown, Heirs of Stoneham 

Meadow, east of Railroad st., 10 1-4 

acres, 200. 
Sargent, John. Stoneham 

Land, near Stoneham line, 5 1 -<S 

acres, 300. 
Sargent, Joseph L., Dracut . 

Land, north side of Hart St., 6,000 

ft., 300. 
Smith, Sarah .... 

Lot 15, Converse st., 8,467 ft., 200. 
Sweetser, Jewett B., Dan vers 

Dwelling house, Salem st., No. 1. 

1900; land, with house, 1-4 acre, 

800; dwelling house, Salem st.. No. 

2, 300; land, with house, 1-6 acre, 

500. 
"Swift, Gustavus F., and Swift, Edwin C. 

Factory building, Albion St., 2800 ; 

2 sheds, 200; land, with buildings, 

1-2 acre, 2500. 
Symonds, J. L. Boston 

Lot 54, Sargent's plan, No. 3, 1-4 

acre, 150. 



$ 



Real Total 

Estate, Tax. 

$ S 

2,200 35 20 



250 



250 



200 



300 



300 



200 



3o°° 



i;o 



4 00 



1.500 24 00 



4 00 



1.520 24 32 



,•> 



20 



4. 80 

4 80 

3 20 
56 00 



5,500 88 00 



2 40 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



159 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 




Real 
Estate. 



Total 
Tax. 



Stanley, Rebecca M. . 

[x>ts 29,30, 31, II. ( ). 1 [ale's plan. 45. 
So. Reading [ce ( !o. 

Land, north side Smith's Pond, 3 

acres, 6000. 
Smith, Margaret A. 

Dwelling house, Oak St., 400: land, 
with house, 1 -2 acre, 100. 
Snow, William R. ... 

Lot 3, sect. 4, Nash Farm, 10,900 

feet, 3OO. 

Sherman, ( >rrin, Boston 

Machinery, iooo. 

- 

Stimpson, Odenathus, Lowell 

Dwelling house. Lowell St., 1000; 
shed, 50; land, with buildings, 10 
acres, 2000 ; dwelling house, Rich- 
ardson st., 1400: lot 4, Sargent's 

plan of 1876, 1 -1 2 acre, 200; dwell- 
in- house, Richardson st.. 1200; lot 
5. Sargent's plan of 1876, 1-12 acre, 
IOOj lot 8, Sargent's plan of 1876; 
1 - 1 2 at re, 100 ; lot 10, Sargent's plan 
of 1876, 1-12 acre, 100; lot 11, Sar- 
gent's plan of 1876, 1 -1 2 acre. 100; 
lot [2, Sargent's plan of 1876, 1-7 
acre. 150: lot 13, Sargent's plan of 
[876, 1-7 acre, 1 50 ; lot 15, Sargent's 
plan of 1876, 1-7 acre, 150; lot 17, 
Sargent's plan of 1876, 1-7 acre, 150 ; 
duelling house Richardson St., 1C00; 
stable, 150; lot 18, Sargent's plan of 
1876, 1-5 acre, 300 ; lot 19, Sargent's 
plan of 1876, 1-5 acre, 200; dwell- 
ing house, Richardson St., 1200 ; sta- 
ble, 50 ; lot 20, Sargent's plan of 
1876, 1-10 acre, 250 ; dwelling house, 
Rennett st., 1300; lot 21, Sargent's 
plan of 1876, 1- 10 acre, 250; dwell- 
ing house, Bennett st., 1600 ; lot 23, 
Sargent's plan of 1876, 1-10 acre, 
250 ; lot 24, Sargent's plan of 1876, 
1 -10 acre, 250 ; dwelling house, Ben- 
nett st., 1600; stable, 100; lot 25, 
Sargent's plan of 1876, 1-10 acre, 
250 ; lot 29, Sargent's plan of 1876, 
1 -1 2 acre, 100; dwelling house, Ben- 
nett st., 500 ; lot 31, Sargent's plan, ! 



$ ' 45 



$ 



72 



1,000 



6,000 96 00 

500 8 00 

300 4 80 

16 00 
20,000 320 00 



1G0 



POLLS AND ESTATES OF 



NAMES ANT) ESTATES. 




Total 
Tax. 



of 1876, 1-4 acre, 125; dwelling 
house, Richardson St., 1800; lot 32, 
Sargent's plan of 1876, 1-7 acre, 400 ; 
lot 2>3> Sargent's plan of 1S76, 1-4 
acre, 125 ; lot 35, Sargent's plan of 
1S76, 1-4 acre, 125; lot, 36, Sar- 
gent's plan of 1876, 1-4 acre, 125: 
lot 37, Sargent's plan of 1876, 1-4 
acre, 125 ; lot 38, Sargent's plan of 
1.S76. 14 acre. 125J lot 39, Sar- 
gent's plan of 1876, 14 acre, 125: 
lot 40, Sargent's plan of 1876, 1-4 
acre, 1 25. 

Tabcr, A. P.J Lvnnfield 

Lots 48, 55, Sargent's plan of 1858, 

2 acre-. 350. 
Taber, ( Charles A., Lynn 

Dwelling house. Centre St., 1500; 
stable, 200; land, with buildings, 1-5 
acre, 1000. 
Ta\ lor, Emen . Boston 

1 1 t, ( edar st., 1-4 acre, 400. 

Tomlinson, Emma R. 

Dwelling house, Bartle) St., 600; 
land, with house. 1-2 acre, 350. 

Top pan, Charles. Salem 

Dwelling house, Mam St., 2400; -ta- 
ble. 175 ; shed, 25 : land, with build- 
ings, 4 acres, 1 500. 

Tozier, Emma C, Little Palls, X. Y. 
Lots 15, 16, 18 and part of 17, north 
side of Albion St., 1 1-3 acre-. 1000. 

Trow, Eliza, Providence. R. I. 

Dwelling house, Pearl St., 950 : land, 
with house, 1-8 acre, 500. 

Tudor, Frederick Heirs of, Boston 
Land, west side of Crystal Lake, 24 
acres, 7400 ; house lots 24, 25 Wake- 
field land, 2-3 acre. 600. 

Tufts, A. W.. Poston . 

Dwelling house. Maple st., 1000; 

. land, with t-2 acre, 500. 

Twombly, William IL, Reading . 
Lot 68 and part of lot 69 1-2 Rob- 
inson's plan, 1-2 acre, 500. 

Torbet, Lucy E., Boston 

Lot 17, H. O. Hale's plan, 15. 



$ 



$ 



35° 



2.700 



400 
4. 100 



1 .000 



i,45° 



8,000 



1,500 



500 



*5 



5 0o 



43 2 ° 



6 40 
15 20 

65 60 



16 00 



23 20 



1 28 00 



24 00 



8 00 



24 



tllK TOWS' hV WAKEFIELD. 



161 



\ VMES AND ESTATES. 



c 

i 
— 



Per- Real Total 
sonal. Estate. Tax. 



I'oomc) , Mary I ... 

Dwelling house, Main St., ((i)» 
(unf'd) 900: stable, (unf'd) 300 \ 
lots 378, 379, 380, 1 1,104 ft., ° 0() - 

Varnum, L R. J., Lowell 

Lot 6, Sargent's plan of 1876, 1-12 
acre, 150J lot 7, Sargent's plan of 

1876, 1 - 1 - a< re. 150. 

Viles, Bowman, Peabod) 
Meadow, north side Saugus river and 
•vest of Danvers K. K.. 3 acres, 60. 

\ ose, ( lharles !•'.. Boston 

Dwelling house, cor. Green and 
Spring sts., 2200: lot <>. Nash Farm, 
1 t 9 6oo ft., 300. 

Walker, Hem \ \\ .. Boston . 

Dwelling house, Salem st., 900 ; sta- 
ble. 250 : land, with buildings, 23 
acres, iocx>. 

Weed, Otis H 

Dwelling house, Railroad St., 1 ^00 : 
stable, too ; land, with buildings. 7. i 6 

acre, 450. 

Weld, W. Frank, Maiden . 

Lot 137, Gould and Byron sts., [-4 

acre, 200: lots 21S, :ii), 220,3-4 

acre, 300. 
W eld, Stephen P., Maiden . 

Dwelling house, Byron st.,900 dot 138, 
Robinson's plan. 1 8 acre, 150; lots 

124, --5< 228 < 5*5 : 1()t M9> '"4 

acre, 125: lot, Rockland and Otis 

sts., i -4 acre. 3^0. 
WVlch, Willard . 

Lots 134. 135. Robinson's plan, 1-3 

acre, 1 75. 
West, Frank N., Newton 

Lot 73, Pratt plan, cor. Greenwood 

and Warren sts., 7,200 ft., 200. 
Wheeler, Mrs. ('. A. 

House lot, Nahant si.. 1-4 acre, 160. 
Wheeler, Rosanna B. . 

Dwelling house, School St., 1000; 

barn, 50 ; land, with buildings, r 1-2 

.icre, 500. 
Whitcher, Hazen, Stoneham 

Land. Montrose, 1-6 acre, 25. 



$ 



S 1,800 $ 28 80 



.-> 



00 



60 



,150 



;oo 



2,050 



•75 



?5 



4 80 



96 



2.500 40 00 



34 4° 



1,850 29 60 



8 00 



32 80 



2 80 



200 3 20 



160 2 56 



1,550 24 80 



40 



It 



>2 



POttiS AXJ) KSTATKS OF 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Wentworth, (ieorge L., Weymouth 

Lot 2 j$. sect. ;,. Myrtle ave., 10.500 

feet, 300. 
Westcott, George I... Bar Harbor. Me. 

Dwelling house. Salem st., 1300; 

barn and carriage house. 300 ; laud. 

with buildings, 2 acres, 400; laud. 

north ofS. R. Br. K. R.. 10 at res, 500. 
Whitcomb, A. s.. Keene, N. 11. . 

lot 59, Sargent's plan 1858, 1-4 

acre, 100. 

Whitten, Mrs. Abhie . 

Dwelling house, School St., 1000; 

•diop. 100: land, with house. 1 acre, 

150. 
White, John S., New York, N. \ . 

1 dwelling house. Main -t.. 1 000 : land, 
with house, 1-2 acre, 900. 
Wiley, Benjamin, Heirs of. Maiden 

Woodland. Wiley >t.. 7 acres, 75. 
Williams, John 1.. lioston 

Dwelling house, cor. Albion and 

Gould sts.. 2700: stable. 500: land. 

with buildings. 3-7 acres. 1100: 

dwelling house, Gould st.. 3000. 

land, with house. 2500 feet, 1000. 
Willis. William 11.. Heirs of, Reading 

Dwelling house, cor. Railroad and 
Won ^ts., 2300 ; land, with house, 

1 -2 acre. 2400. 
Winchester. Artemas, Jamaica Plains 

Dwelling house, Bryant st.. 2000: 

land, with house, 1-5 acre. 700. 
Wood, Theodore H., and Nims, Clara A. 

Dwelling house. Main >t.. 700: land, 

with house, 1-4 acre. 300. 
Wooldredge, William . 

Land. Chestnut st., t 1-3 acre, 500. 
Wright, A. 1'... Boston . 

I .ot 82, Robinson's plan.i - \ acre. 200. 
.Walton. Augustus I... Rowley 

1-2 dwelling house, Main st., 750: 

land, with house. 3-4 acre, 300. 
Walton. Helen E. 

Dwelling house, Salem st.. 1500; 

stable, 600 : land, with buildings. [-3 

acre. 2^0: woodland, south side Sn- 



Per- 



- SONAL 



S 



Real Total 
Estate. Tax. 



S 300' $ 4 So 



-'.500 40 00 



100 



i>55° 



75 

\;oo 



4.700 



2,700 



1,000 



500 



200 



1,050 



-•>• 



000 



1 60 



! | 80 



l .uoo 30 \n 



I 20 



132 80 



75 20 



43 20 



r6 00 



cS 00 



j 



20 



16 So 



48 (jo 



THE TOWN OF WAKEFIELD. 



163 



NAMES AND ESTATES. 



Per- 



- SONAL 



Real Total 
Estate. Tax. 



lem r>t., 1 2 acres, 350 ; lots 1. 2, 3, 
Slater's plan. 32,608 feet, [25 ; lots 
56, 57, Slater's plan. 20,500 it., 125 ; 
lot 4, Slater's plan, 1 i.::o feet, 50. 
Whalley, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Land, Lowell st., 2 1-2 acre-, 250. 

Wood. ( ,. N. 

Lots 37, 38, Sargent's plan N0.2, 300. 
Wood. Caroline M.. Melrose 

Dwelling house, 700; stable, 100; 

pasture and woodland, near Melrose 

line. 1 1 acres, 1 300. 
Winch, Arthur i 1.. Chelsea . 

I dwelling house. Madison ave., tooo : 

lot-> 2 2n. 22 1 .with house, 6000 ft., 400. 
Wood, I [armon & ( ">>.. Boston 

Dwelling house, Main st., 500; barn, 

loo; shed, 25 \ land. Greenwood 

Park, 75 m res, 1 $,000. 
Young, John. W. .... 

Lots 119, [ 20, Greenwood Park, 200. 
Young, John 1). . 

Lot 18, H.O.Hale's plan, 3000 ft., 1 5. 
\ >ung, Julia A. . 

I ot 470. Greenwood Park. mo. 

< toner Unknown 

Lot 46, Sargent's plan of r s _j 7 . 1-4 
acre. 150. 

< >wner, Unknown 

Lot 60, Sargent's pun of 1 .s 4 7 . 1-4 
re. 150. 
Owner, Unknown 

Lot 14, Converse st., 8,677 feet, 200. 

< )wner. Unknown 

Lot 196. Robinson's plan, 1-4 acre. 
200. 

< >wner. Unknown 

Lot 23, Sargent's plan of [847, 1-4 
acre. 150. 

< >wner, Unknown 

Lot 16. M. Sweetser's plan. \-\2 
re, roo. 

< »\\ ner, Unknot n 

Lot 31, M. Sweetser's pJan, 1.-.6 acre, 
1 00. 



s 



250 4 00 



:oo 



200 



»s 



100 



1 ^o 



15° 



200: 



200 



■5° 



100 



TOO 



4 <So 



.100 33 60 



1.400 22 40 



15.725 251 60 



3 20 



24 



r 60 



2 40 



2 40 



20 



20 



2 40 



1 60 



1 60 



Wi 



KEI'OHTS OF TUB TAX COMM1SSNWEBS. 



REPORTS TO THE TAX COMMISSIONERS. 



List of Taxable Corporations in Wakefield, 1890. 



Boston & Maine R. R. Co., 

Boston Ice Co.. 

People's Ice Co., 

Citizens' (ias Light Co., 

Real Estate and Building Association, 98,050 



Real Estate 
Value. 

$25,400 

5^250 
4,200 
8,000 



Machinery 
Value. 



otal. 



(KM) 



Smith & Anthony Stove Co., 
Wakefield Rattan Co.. 
Wakefield Water Co., 
H. F. Miller & Sons Piano Co., 
South Reading Ice Co., 



48,400 

229,200 

36,800 

45,000 
0,000 



/ j 



[5,000 



1 6,000 

155.000 

1.500 



$25,400 

58,250 

\. 200 

23,000 

98,050 

04.400 

384,200 

36,800 

16,500 

6,000 



Statement National Bank of So. Reading. 
No. of shares, 1000. 



Par Value per Share. . 
Market Value per Share- 
Total Value of Shares, 
Total Tax on Shares, 



. Si 00 00 

1 1 5 00 

1 1 5,000 00 

1,840 00 



Property Exempted from Taxation Under Provisions of the 
3rd, 7th and 9th Divisions of Section 5, Chapter 11, of 

the Public Statutes. 



Baptist Society. Church Edifice and Land, 


$50,000 00 


Congregational " •• •« «« t 


15,000 00 


Universalist " " " " . 


18,000 00 


Methodist " - ; " . 


18,000 00 


Roman Catholic M . 


25,000 00 


Episcopal " . 


3,500 00 


1 st Cong'l Soc. Greenw'd " 


2,500 00 


Montrose Chapel Society " u « t 


2.000 00 


Steam Boiler Statement for 1890 




Whole number of boilers, .... 


2 T 


Aggregate horse power. ..... 


. 844 


Tax Statement, May 1, 1890. 




Tax on 1975 Polls, ...... 


$3>95° °° 


" Personal Estate, ..... 


8,794 72 


•' Resident Bank, Stock. .... 


1,258 56 


14 Real Estate. ...... 


63,920 56 


1 otal, ...... 


$77,923 84 



Rale, Si 6 per Si 000. 



TABLE OF AGGREGATES. 



1 otal number of Polls. 
Total Value ol 1'crsonal Propert) 
Total Value of Real Estate, 
Total Valuation, 
'Total number ot" Dwelling House 

Horses, 

Cows, 

Swine, 
14 Other Neat Cat! 

Acres, 



5, 



e, 



i>975 
$628,330 00 

3,995>°35 °° 
4,623,365 00 

i,3~- 

459 

305 
S6 



,987 



CHARLES F. WOODWARD, ) 

CHARLES F. HARTSHORNK, [Assessors of Wakefield. 

ELWIN I. PURRINGTON, ) 



THE SEVENTY-EIGHTH 



Annual Report 



-OK- 



Jtyejowi? Officers 

OF WAKEFIELD, MASS.. 



-FOR THE- 



FINANCIAL YEAR ENDING JAN. 31, 1890, 



-ALSO,- 



THE TOWN CLERK'S RECORD 



-OK THK- 



Births, Marriages and Deaths 



During the Year 1889, 



WAKEFIELD : 
PRINTED AT THE CITIZEN AND BANNER OFFICE. 

1890. 



TOWN OFFICERS, 1889-90. 






Sele< i mix \m> Road Commissioners. 

HENRY H. SAVAGE, Cftou-ma*. J. WALLACE GRACE, 

GEORGE K. RICKER, Secretary. 



T<>\\ n Clerk, Treasurer, 

CHARLES 1. HARTSHORNE. THOMAS J. SKINNER. 



OyERBI i Rfl OK THE POOR. 

SILAS W. FLINT. chairman. HIRAM EATON 

THOMAS KERNAN, Secretary. 



Assessors. 

CHARLES F. HARTSHORNE, CHARLES F. WOODWARD, 

ELWIN I. PURRINGTON. 



Auditors. 
WALDO E. COWDREY, WILLIS S. MASON. 

EVERETT W. EATON. 



Collectob of Taxks.— CHARLES F. WOODWARD. 



Engineers of Fire Department. 

OWEN" CORCORAN, Chief. ROGER HOWARD, Secretary. 

ALONZO S. COBB, Supt. of Fire Alarm. 



Registrars of Voters. 

WESLEY T. HARRIS, Term Expires, 1892 

CORNELIUS DONOVAN, " " 1891 

EDWARD II. WALTON, « « 1890 

CHARLES F. HARTSHORNE, (ex-officio.) 



School Committee. 
AS1ITON II. THAYER, . 
\VM E. ROGERS, 
EDWARD A. UPTON, 
CHARLES J. RYDER, 
8ELIM S. WHITE, Chairman, 
MELVIN J. HILL, Sec'y and Treaty 



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Expires, 1892 


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" 1892 


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1891 


(. 


S 1891 


II 


" 1890 


II 


" 1890 



TBD81 BEfl 01 

THOMAS WINSHIP, 
SOLON O. RICHARDSON, 
SAMUEL K. HAMILTON. 
JUNIUS BEEBE, 
THOMAS KERNAN, 
GEORGE E. DUNBAR, . 
WILLIAM E. ROGERS, . 
OTIS V. WATERMAN, . 
REUBEN II. MITCHELL, 



l'l HL1C J AlUX 



A.RY. 



IVnn 


Expires, 


1892 


it 


ii 


1892 


M 


it 


1892 


14 


i. 


1891 


(( 


u 


1891 


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Fish Committee. 
SAMUEL PARKER, W1L 8. GREENOUGH, 

\VM. HARRINGTON WILEY. 



Board of Health. 

JOSEPH A. OLEARY, M. D. J. BARNARD WILEY. 

JOHN M. (ATE. 



E. M k Viewers.— THE SELECTMEN. 



Police. 

CHARLES E. NILES, Chief. 

JOHN E. ALEXANDER. A. L. VANNAH, R. L. COOPER, 

GEO. T. LAMONT, J. A. McFADDEN. 



CONSTABLKS. 

(HAS H. DAVIS, MOSES STAPLES, ISRAEL A. PARSONS. 



Suft. of Streets. -GEORGE E. RICKER. 



Pa kk Commissioners. 
JUNIUS BEEBE, GEO. II. MADDOCK, CIIAS. II. HAWES. 

For List of other Town Officers, not chosen by ballot, see Report of Annual Meeting. 



LIST OF JURORS, 

A-Cckpted r.v Tin: Town, Nov. 5th, 1889. 



Aborn, John G. 
Anguerra, Edward de 
Bachelder, ( ieorj 
Balch, Theodore I 
Bartley, Robert B. 
Blanch ard, John < ). 
Boardman, M 
Bu< imuel 

Burbank, Buchanan B. 

ill, V Ion 7.0 P. 
Carey. Daniel 

rtcr, J imes 1 1. 
Cate, Albert 1). 
( lonnell, Joseph 

rnnell, I [ugh 
Daly, I >enis 
Daland, Everett ( '.. 
Daniel, William B. 
Eaton, I [iram 
I iton, [saa< F. 
Eldridge, E> erctl I ). 
Emerson, John 1 1. 
Fish, ( reorge E. 
Flockton, Joseph \. 
Garrity, Jain-, F, 
Gibson, Frank L. 
Godfrey, Warren II. 
( love, M. W. 
Greenough, Arthur 
I [amm, Mark 1 1. 
1 [arris, Wes'ey T. 
I [artshorne, Charles F. 
Hawes, Charles H. 
Hayden, Frank W. 
Hickey, Thomas 
Hickey, James A. 



Jones, Rollin C. 
Kelly, Patrick J. 
Kendall, George W. 
Kilgore, ( reorge L 
Knight, Willard 
Knowles. Charles s. 

Knight. Willis II. 

Mansfield, Edward 
Mansfield, James F. 
McAllister, I >avid 
McCausland, Wm. 1 1 

Merchant, Sidney 
Murdock, Caleb 
Nichols, Warren 
( )'I lea. Bartholomew 
Oliver, Henry X. 
Parker, Moses P. 
Parker. J. Fred 

Parker, Samuel 

Parsons. William A. 
Parsons, Israel A. 
Pitman. Lawrence J. 
Pope, Henry VV. 
Ricker, William 
Ryder. Stephen E. 
Shaw, Josiah M. 
Sherman, Marcus M. 
Seaver, George A. 
Southworth, Ezra M. 
Travis, Horace G. 
Ventress, Alphonso W 
Walton, Edward H. 
Walton, Oliver 
Waterman, Otis V. 
White, Sjimuel L. 
Wiley, J. Barnird. 



6 



RECORD OF TOWN MEETINGS 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING JAN'Y 31st, 1890. 



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ANNUAL TOWN MEETING, APRIL 1, 1889. 

Article i. To choose by ballot, a Moderator to preside in said 
meeting. 

Samuel K. Hamilton was elected Moderator, receiving 37 votes 
to 21 for John M. ('ate. 

Voted. To take up Article 70. 

Art. 70. To see if the town will accept the provisions of Sections 
74, 75, 76 and 77 of Chap. 27 of the Public Statutes, relating to 
the election of a Board of Road Commissioners. 

\ motion to a< cept was rejected and a motion to reconsider was 

lost. 

Art. 2. To act upon the acceptance of the reports of Town officers 

printed. 

Voted. To accept the Reports as printed. 

Art. 3. To bring in their votes, on one ballot, for Town Clerk, 
Town Treasurer, Selectmen, Assessors, Overseers of the Poor, 
Tax Collector, Park Commissioners, Poard of Health, Consta- 
bles, Fence Viewers, Fish Committee, for nine Trustees of the 
Heebe Town Library, three for a term of three years, three for 
two years, and three for one year, a board of three Auditors, and 
for three Road Commissioners, one for three years, one for two 
years, and one for one year. 

Upon a separate ballot to bring in their votes for three members 
of the School Commirtee, two for a term of three years, and 
one foi a term for two years ; these ballots will be received at 
the same time and in the same box. 

Cpon a separate ballot to bring in their votes in answer to the 
question, — "Shall licenses be granted for the sale of intoxicating 
liquors in this town ?" 



Form of ballot, "Yes," or "No," in answer to that question; 
and these ballots will be received in the Standard registering 
box at the same time. 

Voted. To keep the polls open until 5 o'clock, p. m. 

The Moderator appointed Chas. 11. Davis and Wesley T. 
Harris to assist in checking names on the voting list, and R. L. 
( 'ooper and \V. \V. Pessey to work the Patent Ballot Box. 
After the close of the polls at the appointed hour the votes were 
1 ounted and the result declared by the Moderator in open town 
meeting as follow 

Town Clerk. 



( lharles I ■'. I [artshorne. 



rhomas J. Skinner, 
ittering, 



I km \ 1 1. Savag 
|. Walla< e ( rrace, 
George E. Ricker, 
< Hh V. Waterman, 
attering, 



( 'harles i . I [artshorne, 

( 'harks 1'. Woodward, 
Elwin I. Purrington, . 
ittering, 



Town Treasuri k. 



Sei ectmi \. 



A — 1 



( rVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 



Thomas Kernan. 

Silas W. Flint. 

1 lira m Eaton 

ittering, 

Charles F. Woodward, 
Scattering, 



Junius Beebe, . 
Charles H. Hawes, 
Ceorge H. Maddock, 
Scattering, 



Collector of '1 axes. 



Park Commissioners. 



(Elected) 794 



( Elected) 



( Elected) 



.. 



(Klected) 






(Elected) 






(Elected) 



(Elected) 






795 

T 



738 
496 
462 

448 
16 



792 

787 
782 

4 



761 
707 

705 
.9 



791 
3 



796 

795 

783 
2 



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Jos. A. O'Leary, 
J. Barnard Wiley, 
John M. Gate, 
Scattering, 

Charles H. Davis. 
Moses Staples, . 
Israel A. Parson-. 
Scattering, 

Charles H. Stearns, 
George H. Teague, 
Reuben II. Mitchell, 
S al tering, 



Board of Health. 



Constables. 



Fenci Viewers. 



Fish Committei . 



Wm. ! [arrington Wiley, 

Samuel Parker, . 
Wm. S. Greenoughj . 
Scatterin 

Trusi ees of Pubi i' Library 

Thomas Winship, 3 years, 

Solon ( ). Richardson, 

Samuel K. I [amilton, 

Junius Beebe, 

Thomas Kernan, 

Ce rge 1 ',. Dunbar. 

William E. Roger-. 

Oti.i V. Waterman. 

Reuben H. Mitchell. 

William N. Tyler, 

Scattering, 



2 year-. 

.. 

1 year, 

.. 



AuDrn >rs. 



Willis S. Mason, 
Everett W. Eaton, 
Waldo E. Cowdrey, 
Scattering, 



hooi. Committei . 
3 years. 



..- 



2 years, 



(Elected) 



it 



(Elected) 






(Elected) 






(Elected) 






( Elected) 



.. 
.. 
it 
.. 
tt 

tt 

ti 



(Elected) 



a 
tl 



Ashton H. Thayer, 
William E. Rogers. 
Charles J. Ryder. 
Wm. F. Young, 
Scattering, 

Vote on the Question ok License 
Yes, 277. No, 431. 



(Elected) 






765 
748 

727 
*3 

795 
794 

791 

5 

796 

787 
734 



798 

797 

792 

1 

786 

785 
734 
794 
782 

747 

78/ 
764 

372 

34i 
8 

796 

788 

784 

2 

667 
663 

3^5 

3 J 4 

3 



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\ i. 4. To choose all other needed town officers. 

Voted. That a committee of three be appointed by the Moderator 
to nominate a committee of thirteen, three from the Centre and 
tsv.> from each of the outer wards, who shall nominate a list of 
officers not chosen by ballot. Messrs. [as. F. Emerson, Robert 
Blyth and J. Wallace Grace were appointed, and they reported 
the following committee of thirteen : 

Centre Ward — S. O. Richardson, Thos. Winship, Richard Britton. 

North ' E. E. Emerson, Denis Daly. 

- ith •• 11. II. Savage, \. H.Thayer. 

I ist •■ A. L Mansfield. J. T. Burditt. 

West ■" 0. H. Teague, C. Donovan. 

Little World, Geo. E. Donald. Patrick Kenney. 

VOTi D. To adopt the reported list. 

At a later hour this committee made a report which was 
a< ted .i^\ adopted as follows : 

Weighers <>i Coal and Merchandise. 

M. C. Evans, Denis Greany, A. L. Mansfield, 

\ A. Mansfield, A. W, Chapman. Geo. W. Aborn, 

Oeo. K. t rilman. 

Measurers of Wood. 

Denis Gi M. C. Evans, L B. Eaton, 

A. A. Mansfield, A. I.. Mansfield, Charles Corham, 
I.. E. Lee, Ira Atkinson, H. N. Oliver. 

Surveyors of Lumber. 

C. 1'. Bickford, E. I. Purrington, C. W. Trow, 

II. B. Parker, Roger Howard. 

Field Drivers. 
Ceo. II. Wiley, H. N. Oliver, Thos. Gould, 

B. F. Shedd, ' Lee S. Morrill. W. W. Bessey. 

Simeon Parker. 

Voted. To postpone further consideration of the town warrant to 1 
o'clock, 1». m. At that hour the meeting took up 

A.RT. 5. To see if the town will authorize its Treasurer to hire 
money to pay all demands in anticipation of taxes. 

Voted. That the Town Treasurer be authorized, with the approval 
of the Selectmen, to hire money in anticipation of the taxes of 
the current municipal year, and to issue notes of the town there- 
for, and all debts so incurred shall be paid from said taxes ; Yes, 
17 ; No, o. 



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Art. 6. To raise and appropriate money for the payment of town 
debt and interest. 

Voted. That the sum of $3,300 be raised and appropriated for the 
payment of interest upon the town debt ; and that the Treasurer 
be authorized to use any surplus of receipts received from various 
sources other than from loans and taxes, for the payment of the 
town debt. Yes, 24 j No, o. 

Voted. To take up article 57. 

Art. 57. To see if the town will vote to instruct the Town Officers 
that all appropriations of money voted at the annual town meet- 
ings are to be used only for the payment of bills contracted dur- 
ing the then financial year ensuing, unless the special amounts 
for bills of the then previous year are mentioned in the motion 
for an appropriation. 

Voted. To so instruct the Town Officers. 

Art. 7. To raise and appropriate money for schools. 

Voted. $18,000 for the support of schools j $1500 for school con- 
tingent hind and Si 400 for school text books and supplie 

Art. 8. To raise and appropriate money tor the support of the poor. 

VOTED. $5,000 and all receipts. 

Art. 9. To raise and appropriate money for the repairs of highways 

and bridges and determine how it shall be expended. 

VOTED. $5,000 to be expended under direction of the Selectmen. 

Art. 10. To raise and appropriate money for the Fire Department 

Voted. $2,000, of which $150 shall be expended under direction of 
the Forest Fire Wards for services with Johnson Pumps, etc., 
they to give the location of said pumps in their next report. 

Art. 11. To raise and appropriate money for the Public Library. 

Voted. ^400 in addition to the dog tax. 

Art. 12. To raise and appropriate money for the Public Reading 

Room. 
Voted. $175. 

Art. 13. To raise and appropriate money for the salaries of Town 
Officers. 

Voted. ^2,550, and $1,000 for police services in addition. 

Art. 14. To raise and appropriate money for the care of Street 
Lamps. 



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VOTED. To lay on the table until the Committee on Electric Lights 
have reported. 

Art. 15. To raise and appropriate money for Town House ex- 
penses. 

Voted. $ 1600. 

ART. iO. To raise and appropriate money for Miscellaneous ex- 
penses. 
iii». $3,000. 

ART. 17. l'o raise and appropriate the sum of £3,920 to pay the 
annual rental of hydrants as per contract with the Wakefield 
Water Co. 

VOTED. 53,000 for rental of 60 hydrants and S25 per hydrant for the 
remainder, not in the original contract. 

ART. 18. To Bee what method the town will adopt for the collection 
of taxes for the year ensuing. 

Von n. That all taxes not exceeding S3 shall he paid on or before 

pt. i. 1889, and if not paid within 30 days from that date the 

tor shall immediately proceed to collect them according to 

law : 

( )ne-half of all other taxes shall be payable on or before Sept. 
15. '89, the other half on or before Feb. 15. 1890, and that the 
ollector allow a discount of four per cent, on all property 
taxes paid by Sept. 15, 1889. 

( )n all taxes not paid within fourteen days after they are due, a 
notice shall be issued to the delinquent, demanding payment for 
which twenty cents additional shall be charged, and on all taxes 
not paid when due, interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum 
shall be added until paid. 

That all property taxes not paid on or before April 15, 1890 
be advertised and enough sold to pay the tax, interest and ex- 
penses. 

That all taxes be payable at the office of the Collector, he to 
notify all persons to be found by the presentment of their bills, 
at least two weeks before the tax is due, poll taxes excepted. 

That the Collector pay all money as fast as collected to the 
Treasurer, and shall be required to settle his tax list within two 
years from the time of his election, and upon his failure to do 
so, the Town Treasurer be instructed to sue the Collector's 
bond. That the same discount be allowed on poll taxes as 
upon property taxes. 



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Art. 19. To see if the town will authorize the Collector of Taxes 
for the year ensuing to use all means for the collection of taxes, 
which a Town Treasurer when appointed Collector, may use. 

Voted. To so authorize the Collector of Taxes. 

Art. 20. To see what sum the town will raise and appropriate to be 
expended in concrete work. 

VOTED. $500 where the abutters pay one-half the expense for side- 
walks. 

Art. 21. To see if the town will authorize the Selectmen to provide 
a Night Watch, and will appropriate money for the payment 
thereof. 

Voted. $1800 for the purpose named in this article. 

Art. 22. To determine the compensation of Enginemen for the 

year ensuing. 
VOTED, That the compensation be S25. Yes, 8a ; No, 47. 

Art. 23. To see if the town will raise and appropriate $200 for the 
purposes of Memorial 1 >ay, and will grant the free use of the 
Town Hall to H. M. Warren Post, No. 12, G. A. R., for that day. 

Votkd. £200 and free use of the hall. 

Akt. 24. To see if the town will raise and appropriate five hundred 

dollars for enforcement of the liquor law, or what they will do 

about it. 
VOTED. To indefinitely postpone action. 
Art. 25. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money for 

the macadamizing of Main street from the Rockery to Water 

street, or what they will do about it. 
Voted. To indefinitely postpone action. 

Art. 26. To see what sum the town will raise and appropriate for 
the care and improvement of the Common and Park for the 
year ensuing. 

Voted. $450 for that purpose. 

Art. 27. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money for 

repairs on the Town House. 
Voted. To lay this article on the table. 

Art. 28. To see if the town will raise and appropriate two hundred 
and fifty dollars for premiums on insurance policies falling due 
the ensuing vear. 

Voted. To indefinitely postpone action. 



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ART. 2(j. To see it' the town will raise and appropriate a sum of 
money to build a sidewalk on the south side of Richardson 
street, and repair that portion already built. 

Art. 30. To see if the town will raise and appropriate a sum of 
money to put West Water street in proper condition, or what 
they will do about it. 

Art. 31. To see if the town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
one hundred dollars for the purpose of repairing the sidewalk 
on the south side of Gould street, from Albion to Cedar street, 
or what they will do about it. 

Art. 32. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money to 
grade, drain and repair the sidewalks on Vernon street from 
Pleasant to Salem streets, or what they will do about it. 

Aim. ^^. To see if the town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
fifty dollars for opening the drain under Railroad street opposite 
land of heirs of Joel Winship, E. W. Laton and others. 

ART. 34. To see if the town will raise and appropriate the sum 
of one thousand dollars to be expended in grading and building 
(ireenwood and Spring streets, from the Melrose line, or what 
they will do about it, 

Akt. 35. To see what action, if any, the town will take in relation 
to the widening of that portion of \Y r ater street, south of what is 
known as the Leonard Wiley estate. 

Art. 36. To see what action, if any, the town will take in relation 
to repairing the bridge over the Boston & Maine Railroad, at 
Greenwood. 

Art. 37. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money to 
repair the highway known as Prospect street, from the house of 
W. E. Cowdrey to the B. & M. Railroad, in accordance with 
the decree of the County Commissioners. 

Akt. 38. To see if the town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
two hundred and fifty dollars to build a sidewalk on the north 
side of Lowell street, from Vernon street to house of Lewis 
Fogg. 

Akt. 39. To see if the town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
five hundred dollars to complete the improvements begun two 
years ago on Greenwood street, or what they will do about it. 



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Art. 41. To see if the town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
one hundred dollars to be expended on Summer street. 

Art. 42. To see if the town will raise the road bed of Foundry 
street and grade the same, build sidewalk on either side and 
re-lay water course at the junction of Foundry and Maple 
streets, and raise and appropriate a sum of money therefor. 

Art. 43. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money to lay 
a drain pipe under Main street in front of the house of Charles 
S. Gerritson, Greenwood, or what they will do about it. 

Art. 44. To see if the town will build a retaining wall against the 
sidewalk on the southerly side of West Chestnut street, border- 
ing land of the late Samuel T. Parker, and appropriate money 
therefor, or what they will do about it. 

ART. 62. To see if the town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
five hundred dollars, to grade and repair Melvin street, or what 
they will do about it. 

ART. 63. To see if the town will grade Broadway street from Albion 
street to the Railroad crossing and build sidewalks thereon, and 
also to repair culvert bounding land of Orrin Potter and George 
W. Aborn, and appropriate money therefor. 

Art. 64. To see it' the town will raise and appropriate money to 
raise and repair the road bed and sidewalks on Centre street. 

ART. 65. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money for 
the repairing of New Salem street. 

VOTED. To refer the foregoing articles to a committee of nine, of 
whom the incoming Hoard of Selectmen shall be three, this 
committee to report to the town at an adjournment of this 
meeting. 

VOTED. That this Committee be instructed to notify the parties in- 
terested when they will view the premises and when a final 
hearing will be given in the Selectmen's room. 

The Moderator appointed on this committee. A. H. Thayer, 
W. F. Cowdrey, S. (). Richardson, Wm. F. Young, Wm. K. Per- 
kins, Michael Low and the incoming board of Selectmen, Geo. 
F. Ricker, H. H. Savage and J. W. Grace. 

Art. 56. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money to 
locate street lamps at the following places : eight on Greenwood 
street and Mvrtle avenue ; one at junction of Lowell and Vernon 



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streets : one on West Chestnut street, near residence of the late 
unuel T. Parker ; one at the junction of Foundry and Maple 
streets; one on Suectser street near residence of A. B. Wood- 
man ; one at corner of Nahant and Traverse streets ; and one at 
corner of private way and (iould street. 

ART. 75. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money to 
locate street lamps at the following places : one at the corner of 
Summit avenue and Prospect street, one on Prospect street, 
near the "Old Cowdrey House," one at the corner of Adams 
street and West Chestnut, one on West Chestnut south of 
Adams street, one on Prospect street near residence of Hero 
Nichols, one oil northerly side of Otis street between Crescent 
and Pleasant streets and two on Bennett street. 

VOTED. To refer these articles to a committee of three, who shall 
investigate and report at an adjournment of this meeting. Geo. 
E. Kicker, J. W. Poland and Chas. H. Davis were appointed 
this Committee. 

\i 1. 40. To see what action, if any, the town will take for the 
relief of lands in the Foundry and Lake street districts and 
bordering on stream to Lake street, from the floodings caused 
by the numerous obstructions to the flow of water. 

Voted. To appoint a committee of three to take this subject into 
consideration and report at the next meeting. J. F. Emerson, 
Wm. (i. Strong and Joseph M. Skully were appointed. 

Aim. 45. To see if the town will locate and maintain two hydrants, 
one on West Chestnut street near the residence of '1'. F. Smith, 
ami one on Hartley street, and appropriate money therefor, or 
what they will do about it. 

Vomx To lay this article on the table. 

Art. 46. To see if the town will amend the Rules governing fishing 
in Lake Quannapowitt, so as to allow fishing therein on holidays 
and on Mondays during the season, subject to existing rules and 
to approval by the State Board of Commissioners on Inland 
Fisheries, or what they will do about it. 

Voted. To allow as requested in this article and appoint Fish 
Committee to carry out the vote. 

\kt. 47. To hear and act upon the report of the Selectmen for the 
laying out of a new town way over the private way known as 
Crescent Court. 



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Art. 48. To hear and act upon the report of the Selectmen for the 
laying out of a new town way over the private way known as 
Woodland Avenue. 

The Selectmen reported in favor of accepting and building 
the above named streets. 

Voted. To accept and adopt the reports. 

Voted. To adjourn to 7.30 o'clock p. m. At that time the Mod- 
erator called the meeting to order. 

Art. 49. To hear and act upon the report of the Committee on 
Electric Lighting chosen at the last annual meeting. 

Voted. To lay this article on the table. 

The article was afterwards taken up and a report read, signed 
by Robert Blyth, E. G. Daland, Solon O. Richardson, J. W. 
Poland and A. S. Atherton. 

Voted. To accept the report. 

Voted. To lay this article on the table for two weeks ; and that a 
committee of five be appointed to consider the advisability of 
the town putting in electric lights and the cost of the same. 

Michael Low, Chas. YV. Trow, Wm. F. Young, D. H. Darling 
and E. G. Daland were appointed. 

Art. 50. To hear and act upon the report of the Committee 
appointed to consider the necessity and advisability of building 
a new school house, and if adopted to raise and appropriate 
money necessary to carry into effect the recommendations therein 
contained. 

A report was read, signed by S. K. Hamilton of Board of Select- 
men, and E. A. Upton, Chairman of School Committee, advising 
the erection of a substantial wooden building of six rooms for 
school purposes, on Academy Hill, Crescent street, at a cost of 
$12,000. 

Voted. To accept and adopt the report. 

Voted. To raise and appropriate $12,000 for the erection of said 
new school house, and that a committee of five be appointed, 
who shall cause plans and specifications to be prepared, and let 
- the contract to the lowest responsible bidder. S. O. Richard- 
son, A. H. Thayer, Selim S. White, S. W. Flint and W. E. Cow- 
drey were appointed this Committee. I. A. Parsons was added 
to the Committee. 



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Art. 51. To sec if the town will authorize the School Committee to 
hire a clerk, and raise and appropriate money therefor 

Voted. To appropriate 5 100 for the above purpose. 

Aim. 52. To sec if the town will raise and appropriate a sum of 
money to purchase an electric gong to be placed at or near the 
Engine House, East Ward, or what they will do about it. 

Voted. To appropriate S85 for above purpose. 

Art. 53. To see if the town will grant the free use of the Town 
Hall to the High School Cadets for their annual drill and exer- 
cises connected therewith. 

Akt. 54. To see if the town will grant the Woman's Christian Tem- 
perance Union the free use of the Town Hall on six evenings 
during the ensuing year. 

VOTED. To grant free use of hall as requested in these two articles. 

Art. 55. To see if the town will take action with regard to termi- 
nating the lease of the town land on Church street, or what 
they will do about it. 

VOTED. To direct the Selectmen to terminate such lease of town 
land and order the removal of any buildings thereon, and pro- 
viding they grant any new lease the rental shall be payable in 
advance. 

Art. 58. To see if the town will grant the free use of the Town 
Hall to Co. A, 6th Reg't, Richardson Light Guard, two evenings 
during the ensuing year, or what they will do about it. 

Voted. To grant free use of hall as requested. 

Art. 59. To see if the town will choose a committee to report a 
systematic plan of numbering the houses in town, which shall 
cover all points connected with the subject and place it on a 
permanent basis, said plan to be deposited with the Town Clerk 
for the information of all the citizens. 

Voted. To refer to a committee of three. 86 yes ; 76 no. Jas. F. 
Emerson, Robert Blyth and W. D. Deadman were appointed. 

Art. 60. To see if the town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
seventy-five dollars to pay the Superintendent of Fire Alarm for 
the ensuing year, or what they will do about it. 

Voted. To raise and appropriate $50. 

Art. 61. To see if the town will vote to change the day of its an- 
nual meeting to the first Monday of March in each year. 

Voted. To change the date from the first Monday in April to the 
first Monday in March. 



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Art. 66. To see if the town will permit the Society named "Mish- 
kan Israel" to bury in their burial lot recently owned by Michael 
Goodwin. 

Voted. To indefinitely postpone action under this article. 

Art. 67. To see if the town will authorize the Selectmen to have 
prepared a comprehensive index of the town records since its 
incorporation in 181 2, or what they will do about it. 

Voted. To refer this article to the Selectmen to investigate, ascer- 
tain the expense and report at a future meeting. 

Art. 68. To see if the town will instruct the Selectmen to have 
prepared plans for establishing a system of street grades, and 
raise and appropriate the sum of Si^oo therefor, or what they 
will do about it. 

Voted To indefinitely postpone action. 

Art. 69. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money for 
the purchase of 600 feet of fire hose to be used by the Volunteer 
I lose Co. under the direction of the Board of Fire Engineers, or 
what they will do about it. 

VOTED. $330 as requested in this article. 

Art. 71. To see if the town will vote to change the name of a 
street running from Xahant to Charles street, now called Spring 
street, to that of Birch Hill Avenue. 

Voted. To change according to this article. 

Art. 72. To see if the town will direct its Assessors to have printed 
a list of taxable polls and estates for the year 1889, and appro- 
priate money therefor. 

Art. 73. To see if the town will erect and maintain a hydrant on 
Prospect street, near- the residence of John A. Tompson and 
appropriate money therefor, or what they will do about it. 

Voted. To indefinitely postpone action under these articles. 

Art. 74. To hear and act on report of Committee on Sewerage, 
chosen at the last annual meeting. 

Voted. To accept the report as printed in reports of 1889. 

Art. 76. To see if the town will authorize its Treasurer to hire 
money for a term of years, and issue the notes of the town 
therefor, to pay the expenses of macadamizing Main street from 
the Town House to the Rockery. 

Voted. To indefinitely postpone action. 

Voted. To adjourn to Monday, April 15, at 7.30 p. m. 



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Adjourned Town Meetings April 15, 1889. 

The meeting was called to order by the Moderator. 
Voted. To take up Article 27. 
VOTED. To raise and appropriate $1,200 for Town House repairs. 

Voted. To take up Article 7. 

VOTED. To transfer $200 from School Contingent to Regular School 
Fund. 

VOTED. To take up Article 50. 

A motion to reconsider vote under this article was rejected. 

VOTED. To take up Article 49. 

Mr. Michael Low presented a report of the Committee ap- 
pointed April 1 st, on electric lighting. 

ih. To accept the report. 

VOTED. That action under this report be postponed to the next 
annual town meeting. 

Vol*] D. To take up Article 14. 

Von D. To raise and appropriate 52,100 for care of street lamps. 

Voi ed. To take up Article 10. 

Voted. To raise and appropriate $1,000 more for Fire Department. 

VOTED, To take up Article 69. 

VOTED. To adjourn to Monday, April 22, at 7.30 p. m. 



Adjourned Town Meeting, April 22, 1889. 

The meeting was called to order by the Moderator. 
Article 69. Motions to lay on the table and to indefinitely post- 
pone were lost. A motion to refer to a committee to investigate 
and report was ruled out of order. 

Voted. That Engineer Cobb be allowed to make an explanation in 
regard to the purchase of hose for the Volunteer Hose Co. 
Mr. Cobb made a satisfactory explanation and it was 

Voted. To indefinitely postpone further action. 

The committee to whom were referred Articles 29 to 39 inclu- 
sive, 41 to 44 inclusive, and 62 to 65 inclusive, then made the 
following 



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REPORT. 

Your Committee, in accordance with the vote of the town, gave 
a hearing to the parties interested, at the Selectmen's room, on two 
evenings, and also at the places named in the articles, visiting and 
examining these 20 localities during one-half day. After this inves- 
tigation it appears to us that there are many other places equally 
needing the expenditure of money, and in view of this fact, and of 
the large number of articles annually placed in the warrant calling for 
special appropriations for objects properly in charge of the Highway 
Department, we are unanimous in the opinion that no special appro- 
priations should be made except in cases where special reasons exist, 
requiring them. 

We find special reasons in connection with only two of the 
articles referred to us, namely, Articles 34 and 37. 

We recommend the town to appropriate $500 to be expended 
on Greenwood and Spring streets, Boyntonville, as asked in Article 
34, and for the reasons given by the Selectmen in their annual report 
of this year. 

We also recommend the town to appropriate $500 to be expen- 
ded on Prospect street, as requested in article 37 and as ordered by 
the County Commissioners some four years ago, said decree having 
been carried out on the western but not on the eastern portion of the 
street. 

We make further recommendations as to the following articles : 

Article 33. That it be indefinitely postponed, as we do not con- 
sider it the duty of the town to drain this land. 

Article 35. That the town widen Water street, as requested in 
this article, if the land for the purpose be given. 

Article 36. That the bridge named in this article be repaired by 
the proper authorities, upon whom its maintenance devolves. 

Article 39. That it be indefinitely postponed being covered by 
Article 34. 

As regards the other articles referred to us, namely Articles 29, 
30, 31, 32, 38, 41, 42, 43, 44, 62, 63, 64 and 65, we recommend the 
town to refer them to the Supt. of Streets, the costs to be taken from 
the regular Highway Appropriation, which we recommend be in- 
creased in the sum of $1000 to defray expenses incurred in carrying 
out the repairs and improvements contemplated by these articles. 
This reference to the Supt. of Streets coincides with the request of 
several parties interested and appearing before your Committee. 

Respectfully submitted, 

S. O. Richardson, Geo. E. Ricker, J. Wallace Grace, H. H. Savage, 
Wm. F. Young, Wm. K. Perkins, Michael Low, A. H. Thayer. 

Waldo E. Cowdrev, Sec. 
Voted. To accept the report. 



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A motion to increase the amount to be added to Highway 
Appropriation to S2000 was rejected, and also a motion to in- 
crease the amount for Greenwood street to $700. 

A motion as amended to increase the regular Highway Ap- 
propriation in the sum of S3250, of which S500 should be 
xpended on Prospect street, $500 on Greenwood street, $500 
on Vernon street, $500 on Melvin street, £500 on Broadway and 
$250 tor sidewalk on Lowell street, was carried. Yes.. 99 ; no. 94. 

\ 1 »i 1 n. To reconsider this motion amending the Committee's report. 
Yes. 116: no. 95. 

Voti D. To adopt the report as presented by the Committee. 

VOTED. To take Up Article 40. 

J. F. Emerson presented a report of the Committee on this 
article in regard to the drainage of the Foundry and Lake streets 
district and recommending an appropriation of $600 to make a 
proper drainaj 

Voted. To accept and adopt the report. 

\'<»i in. To take up Article 74. 

Motion of Dr. S. \V. Abbott to adopt the report of the Com- 
mittee on Sewerage and carry out the plans proposed, was 
rejected. 

Voted. To indefinitely postpone action. 
VOTED. To take up Article 17. 

Voted. To reconsider all action previously taken under this article. 
After a long discussion it was 

VOTED. To raise and appropriate $3,845. to pay rental of hydrants 
the year ensuing, as follows: 60 at $50, equals $3,000; 18 at 
$40 equals $720 and 5 at #25 equals Si 25. 

Voted. To take up Article 9. 

Voted. To appropriate $1000 more for Highways and Bridges. 

Voted. To take up Article 34. 

Voted. To appropriate S500 for the purposes of this article. 

Voted. To take up Article 37. 

Voted. To appropriate $500 for the purposes of this article. 

The Committee to whom were referred Articles 56 and 75 then 
reported in favor of committing this subject to the Selectmen 
with full power to act, in view of the prospect of an early intro- 
duction of an electric lighting system. 



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Voted. To accept and adopt the report. 

Voted. To take up Article 40. 

Voted. To reconsider the action taken while acting under this 
article. 

Voted. To refer the matter to the Selectmen. 

Voted. That this meeting be now dissolved. 



TOWN MEETING, APRIL 22, 1889. 

Pursuant to a warrant calling together the voters to act upon 
an Amendment to the Constitution of Massachusetts, as fol- 
lows : "The manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors to be 
used as a beverage are prohibited," and to act upon town af- 
fairs, at 1 o'clock, p. if., the voters met and were called to order 
by Chairman Savage of the Selectmen, who read the warrant. 
Prayer was offered by Rev. N. R. Everts. 

Voted. To keep the polls open until 5 o'clock, p, if, 

R. L Cooper and \V. \Y. Bessey were appointed to work the 
patent ballot box, and Chas. II. Davis and Waldo E. Cowdrey 
to take charge of the voting list. At 9.15 o'clock, a. M., the 
polls were declared open. 

At 1 o'clock, p. if., the meeting was called to order for the 
transa< tion of town business. 

Aim. 1. To choose by ballot a Moderator to preside in said meet- 
ing. John M. date had seven votes and II. II. Savage, one, 
and John M. Cate was declared elected Moderator. 

Art. 2. To see if the town will rescind the vote passed at the an- 
nual town meeting. April 1, while acting under Article 57, of the 
warrant. 

Vol ED. To rescind the above named vote. 

Art. 3. To see if the town will grant the use and custody of the 
Yale Engine to the Veteran Firemen's Association, or what 
they will do about it. 

Voted. To grant as requested. 

Art. 4. To see what action the town will take in regard to the suit 
brought against the town by Hatlie D. M. Clark, for injuries 
received on the highway. 



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VOTED. To refer to the Selectmen, with power to employ counsel to 
defend tho suit. 

Aim. 5. To sec if the town will authorize the Treasurer to hire 
money on a term of years and to issue notes of the town there- 
for, to provide funds to pay for the erection of a school-house, 
as voted at the annual meeting, April 1. 

Voted, That the Town Treasurer be authorized, with the approval 
of the Selectmen, to hire the sum of $12,000, and to issue notes 
or bonds of the town therefor, one-third payable in the year 
1895, one-third in 1896, and one-third in 1897, and that said 
amounts be included in the tax levies of the years named. Yes, 
41; No, o. 

Aat. 6. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money to pay 
for the repairs on the steamer. 

Von i'. To p.is> this article over. 

Aim. 7. To see it" the town will rai>e and appropriate $35 to change 
and improve Battery, thereby saving two-thirds of the present 
cost. 

VOTED. To pa>s this article over. 

VOTED. That this meeting be now dissolved, so far as relates to 
town business. At 5 o'clock the polls were closed, the votes 
counted and the result of the ballot declared as tollows : Amend- 
ment to the Constitution, Yes, 425 ; No, 454. 

VOTED. That this meeting be now discolved. 



TOWN MEETING, JULY 22, 1889. 

Article e. To choose, by ballot, a Moderator to preside in said 
meeting. 

Edward A. Upton was unanimously elected Moderator. 

Art. 2. To hear and act upon the report of the Committee appoin- 
ted at the annual meeting, to take charge of building a new 
school-house. 

The report was read by W. E. Cowdrey, Secretary of the Com- 
mittee, showing that Wait & Cutter were employed as architects 
and made detailed plans and drew specifications upon which 
bids were invited, and received from three contractors for the 



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heating and ventilating, and from five builders for the rest of 
the contract, the lowest bid for the entire contract being $15,- 
885, ($2,385 and Si 3.500 respectively.) * 

In addition to this amount it was estimated that 5 per cent, 
would be required for incidentals — 5 per cent, for services of 
architects and $500 for furnishing, making the total necessary to 
erect the building as called for by vote of the town, $18,000. 
This was so large an addition to the original appropriation of 
#12,000 that the committee thought best to report the whole 
matter to the town for instructions. 

VOTED. To lay the report on the table. 

Art. 3. To see if the town will appropriate an additional sum of 
money to carry out the vote of the town to erect a new school 
house, or what they will do about it. 

Voted. To lay this article on the table. 

ART. 4. To see if the town will appropriate a sum of money to 
ventilate school buildings, as ordered by Department of Inspec- 
tion of the District Police. 

VOTED. That the School Committee be instructed to investigate as 
to the best method of meeting the requirements of the District 
Police in regard to the ventilation of school buildings and report 
at the next annual town meeting. 

Art. 6. To see if the town will rescind the vote whereby it was voted 
to build a school-house on Academy Hill. 

Voted. To take up this article. 

Votfd. Unanimously, that the vote taken while acting under Article 
50 of the warrant for the annual town meeting, April r, 1889. 
be rescinded. 

Art. 7. To see if the town will choose a Committee to investigate 
the needs of the town as regards school accommodations and 
report at the next town meeting, or take such other action in 
the matter as may be deemed best. 

Voted. That the town choose a committee of 15 to investigate the 
needs of the town regarding school accommodations and build- 
ings and report to the next annual town meeting. This commit- 
tee to consist of the present building committee, such members 
of the School Committee as are not now on that committee, and 
five other citizens, two of whom shall be practical builders. 



2.") 

The Moderator appointed YVm. K. Perkins, Thos. Kernan, Win. 
(',. Strong, Otis V. Waterman and W. H. Lee, in addition to the 
hool Committee and Solon 0. Richardson, Silas W. Flint, 
[srael A. Parsons and W. E. Cowdrey of the original building 
committ 
Art. 5. To see if the town will vote to change the location of the 
new s< hool-house ordered to be built on Academy Hill, or what 
they will do about it. 

Art. 8. To see if the town will accept the provisions of Chapter 

two hundred and sixty-four of the Public Laws of 1886, entitled : 
An act to provide for precinct voting in towns. 
VOTED. To indefinitely postpone action under these articles. ■ 

Art. 9. To see if the town will grant to the 'Trustees of the Sweetser 
Lecture Fund the free use of the Town Hall for a course of 
_, r ht lectures during the season of [889-90, or what they will do 
about it. 

VOTED. Free use of the hall as requested. 

Art. 10. To see if the town will grant permission to the owner of 
the Leslie estate (so called), to enclose a piece of land between 
the dwelling-house and street, or what they will do about it. 

VOTED. To indefinitely postpone action. 

V 1. 1 1. To see if the town will rescind so much of the vote passed 
May 7. 1883, while acting under article three of the warrant, as 
relates to one thousand dollars being raised by taxation in the 
year 1XS9 and subsequent years. 

VOTED. To rescind according to the tcrmi of this article. 

Art, 12. To see if the town will rescind so much of the vote passed 
June 4, 1883, while acting under article eight of the warrant, as 
relates to fifteen hundred dollars being raised by taxation in the 
year 1889 and subsequent years. 

Votki). To rescind in accordance with the terms of this article. 

Art. 13. To see if the town will rescind so much of the vote passed 
April 18, 1887, while acting under article eighty of the warrant, 
:is relates to one-third of fifty-five hundred dollars being raised 
by taxation in the year 1889. 

Voted. To rescind as requested in this article. 

Art. 14. To see if the town will rescind so much of the vote passed 
Nov. 12, 1888, while acting under article five of the warrant, as 



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relates to one-half of twenty-six hundred and seventy-five 
dollars being raised by taxation in each of the years 1889 and 1890. 

Voted. To rescind the above named vote. 

Art. 15. To see if the town will authorize its Treasurer to hire 
money on a term of years and to issue notes of the town there- 
for, for the purpose of renewing or paying such loans maturing 
during the present municipal year, as are not provided for by 
taxation. 

Voted. That the Treasurer be authorized, with the approval of the 
Selectmen, to hire the sum of six thousand, one hundred and 
sixty and 84-100 dollars ($6,160.84), and to issue the notes of 
the town therefor, $1,500 to be made payable in the year 1892 ; 
$ 1,000 in the year 1893; $2,323.34 in the year 1894; and 
S 1,337.50 in the year 1895 ; the said amounts to be raised by 
taxation in the above named years. Yes, 55 ; No, 7. 

Voted. That this meeting be now dissolved. 



STATE ELECTION AND TOWN MEETING, 

Novembers, 1889. 

Pursuant to a warrant duly drawn and served, the voters assembled 
at seven o'clock in the forenoon, to bring in their votes for Governor, 
Lieutenant Governor, Secretary, Treasurer and Receiver General, 
Auditor and Attorney General of the Commonwealth j for Councillor 
for the Sixth Councillor District ; for a Senator for the Sixth Middle- 
sex Senatorial District; for a Representative to the General Court to 
represent the thirteenth Middlesex Representative District; for 
County Commissioner ; for three Commissioners of Insolvency ; for 
Sheriff of Middlesex County ; for District Attorney for the Northern 
District and for two special County Commissioners. The votes for 
the officers above-named were received according to the provisions of 
Chapter 436 of the Acts of 1888 as amended by Chapter 443 of the 
Acts of 1889, known as the Australian system of voting. The 
meeting was called to order and the warrant read by Chairman Sav- 
age of the Selectmen. Prayer was offered by Rev. L. L. Greene. J. 
Fred Parker and E. M. Southworth were appointed Inspectors and 
Thomas Kernan and Wesley T. Harris, Deputies. Chas. H. Davis, 
Cornelius Donovan, \V. E. Cowdrey, A. H. Thayer and Thos. Hickey 



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were appointed Tellers ; and R. L. Cooper and W. W. Bessey to work 
the patent ballot box. D. H. Darling, A. S. Atherton, James Low, 
G. II. Maddock. C. H. Clark and P. F. Kalaher were appointed 
counters. 

Votf.I). To close the polls at 4.30 p. m. At that hour the polls 
were closed, the register showing 1097 ballots cast. Upon the com- 
pletion of the count, public declaration in open town meeting was 

made of the 

RESULT OF THE BALLOT. 

GOVERNOR. 

JOHN Q. A. BRACKETT, of Arlington 572 

WILLIAM E. RUSSELL, of Cambridge, .... 448 

JOHN BLACKMER, of Springfield, .... 37 

Blank, .......... 39 

1.1 11 h:\ant GOVERNOR. 

WILLIAM H. HAILE, of Springfield, .... 579 

JOHN W. CORCORAN, of Clinton, 405 

BENJ. F. STURTEVANT, of Boston, .... 39 

Blank, 73 

SECRETARY OF TIIK COMMONWEALTH. 

HENRY B. PEIRCE, of Abington, 573 

WILLIAM N. OSGOOD, of Boston, 396 

GEORGE I). CRITTENDEN, of Buckland, ... 32 

Blank, .......... 94 

TREASURER AND RECEIVER GENERAL. 

GEORGE A. MARDEN, of Lowell, 564 

EDWIN L. MUNN, of Holyoke, 3S3 

FREDERIC L. WING, of Ashbumham, .... 33 

Blank, .......... 113 

AUDITOR. 

CHARLES R. LADD, of Springfield, . . . . 570 

WILLIAM D.T.TREFRY, of Marblehead, 375 

WILLIAM H. GLEASON, 33 

Blank 118 

ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

ANDREW J. WATERMAN, of Pittsfield, .... 
ELISHA B. MAYNARD, of Springfield, .... 

ALLEN COFFIN, at Nantucket, 

Scattering, ......... 

Blank 



5 6 4 
382 

33 
1 

117 



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COUNCILLOR, SIXTH DISTRICT. 

BYRON TRUELL, of Lawrence, .... 

CHAS. J. WILLIAMS, of Acton 

AMOS E. HALL, of Everett 

I)K111K. . . . . . . . . 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY, NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

PATRICK H. COONEY, of Natick, . 

FRANK M. FORBUSH, of Natick 

I > I il 1 1 K . . . . . . . . . . 

SHERIFF. 

HENRY G. CUSHING, of Lowell, .... 

JOHN HOWARD NASON, of Woburn, . 

Blank, ......... 

COUNTY COM MI88IONER. 

WILLI \M s. FROST, of Marlborough, . 

JOHN L. HUNT, of Lowell, 

ELMER I). HOWE, of Marlborough. 

Blank 

SPECIAL < <>>i M [SSIONERS. 

LYMAN DIKE, of Stoneham, .... 
EDWARD E. rHOMPSON, of Woburn, . 
MARCELLUS II. FLETCHER, of Lowell, 

GEORGE O. BYAM, of Chelmsford, 
FRANCIS N. BARDWELL* of Cambridge. 
RUFUS H. HAPGOOD, of Hudson, 
t >ian r , . . . . . . . . 

COMMISSIONERS OF INSOLVENCY. 

GEORGE J. BURNS, of Ayer, .... 

JOHN C. KENNEDY, of Newton, . 
FREDERIC T. GREENHALGE, of Lowell. . 
GEO. W. HEYWOOD, of Westford, . 
JAMES H. CARMICHAEL, of Lowell, . 
HENRY C. MULLIGAN, of Natick, 
i > i a n k , . . . . . . . . 

SENATOR, MYTH MIDDLESEX DISTRIC1 

ALONZO H. EVANS, of Everett, . 

JOHN P. DEERING, of Melrose, . 
GEORGE M. BUTTRICK, of Everett. . 
Blank. ........ 



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RJSPB1 81 \T.\TIVI. TO THE GENERAL COURT, THIRTEENTH 

MIDDLESEX DISTRICT. 

WILLIAM S. GREENOUGH; of Wakefield, ... 571 

ROBERT BLYTH, of Wakefield 497 

tterini ......... 2 

Blank, .......... 27 

William S. Greenough was declared elected. 

At 10.20 p. 111. the ballots and voting lists were sealed up according 
to law, and it was 

VOTED. That this meeting be now dissolved. 

Pursuant to a warrant drawn and issued with the one calling a 
meeting for the State Election, the voters assembled at 7 p. m., 
and were called to order by Chairman Savage for the transaction 
of town busines 

ARTICLE i. To choose, by ballot, a Moderator to preside in said 
meeting imuel K. Hamilton had one vote (cast by the Town 

Clerk, as instructed) and was declared elected. 

Von D. To adjourn to Monday. Nov. 11. at 7.30 p. m. 



Adjourned Town Meeting, Nov. 11, 1889. 

Called to order by the Moderator. 

Art. 2. To act upon the acceptance of the list of Jurors as selected 
and submitted by the Selectmen, in compliance with the law. 
After revision it was 

VOTED. To accept the List of Jurors. 

ART. 3. To see if the town will appropriate an additional sum of 
money for the miscellaneous fund. 

Voted. To appropriate Si 500. 

Art. 4. To see if the town will appropriate an additional sum of 
money for highways and bridges. 

Voted. Siooo. (Motion for $2,500 rejected.) 

Art. 5. To see if the town will appropriate a sum of money for the 
drainage of the Foundry and Lake street district, as voted at 
the April meeting. 

VOTED. To appropriate £300. 



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Art. 6. To hear and act upon the report of the Selectmen for the 
widening and straightening of Myrtle ave., and appropriate 
money for the same. 

The report was read and favored this improvement and recom- 
mended the appropriation of #300 for the purpose. 

Voted. To accept and adopt the report. 

Art, 7. To hear and act upon the report of the Selectmen for the 
laying out of a new town way over the private way known as 
Summit avenue, and appropriate money for the same. 
Report in favor of laying out this new town way was read rec- 
ommending the appropriation of $800. 

Voted. To accept and adopt the report. 

Art. 8. To see if the town will appoint an appropriation committee 
to make recommendations for current expenditures for iSqo-'qi. 

Voted. To appoint such a committee. 

It was constituted as follows: Wm. G. Strong, H. H. Savage, 
Selim S. White, S. W. Flint, Ceo. J.. Kilgore, Waldo E. Cowdrey, 
Everett Hart, S. O. Richardson, Wm. S. Greenough, David H, 
Darling, Michael how, Richard Britton, Wm. F. Young, Thomas 
Winship, I. F. Eaton. 

Art. 9. To hear the report of the Committee to whom, at the last 
April meeting, was referred Art. 59 of the warrant, relating to 
the adoption of a system for the numbering of buildings in this 
town, and act thereon. 

Mr. Jas. F. Emerson read a report of this committee giving a 
plan for a system of numbering. 

Voted. That the Selectmen be instructed to have 200 copies of 
this plan as adopted by the town, printed, a few posted and the 
balance placed with the Town Clerk, to be obtained by citizen-, 
on application. 

Art. 10. To see if the town will appropriate the sum of seventy- 
five dollars to pay the balance of rental of five hydrants, in ac- 
cordance with the claim of W T akefield Water Company. 

Voted. To appropriate $75 for this purpose. 

Voted. That this meeting be now dissolved. 



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TOWN MEETING, MONDAY, JAN. 27, 1890. 

Article i. To choose, by ballot, a Moderator to preside in said 
meeting. 
J. Fred Parker was unanimously elected Moderator. 

Art. 2. To see if the Town will instruct the Wakefield Water Co. to 
lower the pond to its water mark, or what they will do about it. 

VOTED. To so instruct them. 

Art. 3. To see if the Town will appropriate one thousand dollars 
for cleaning and repairing the drain and culverts from Albion 
>treet to below the Rattan Factory, or what they will do about it. 

VOTED. To indefinitely postpone action. 

Art. 4. To see if the town will accept the provisions of Sections 
74, 75, 76 and 77, of Chapter 27, of the Public Statutes, 
relating to the election of a Board of Road Commissioners. 

VOTED. To accept the provisions named in this article. 

Aki. 5. Whether they will vote to instruct the Selectmen to grant 
to the Citizens' Gas Light Company, of Reading, South Reading 
and Stoneham, the privilege of erecting poles and wires in the 
streets and highways of the town, to be used in carrying on the 
business of furnishing electricity for light and power, or what 
they will do in the premises. 

\ TED. To instruct the Selectmen not to grant this privilege to the 
Citizens' (las Light Company. 

Art. 6. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Selectmen to 
grant to the Wakefield Electric Light and Power Company, the 
privilege of erecting poles and wires in the streets and highways 
of the town, to be used in carrying on the business of furnishing 
electricity, for light and power, or what they will do in the 
premises.' 
Before any action was taken on this article it was 

Voted. That this meeting be now dissolved. 



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Births registered in 1889, 

Mules, . 
Females. 

Natioity of Pan nts. 

Wakefield, 
United State 

Ireland, . 

British Provinces, 

England, 

Sweden, 

Norway, . 

Scotland, 

France, . 

German}', 

Unknown, 



152 



Marriages registered in 1889, . 

Nativity. 
Born in Wakefield, . 

United States, 

British Provinces. 

Ireland, 

England, . 



. . 



• i 



. . 



. . 



83 




69 




Fathers. 


Mothers. 


15 


17 


64 


62 


23 


22 


21 


25 


11 


9 


6 


6 


1 





1 


1 





1 


1 


1 


6 


5 


149 


149 


• 


47 


Grooms. 


Brides. 


6 


6 


22 


22 


11 


10 


7 


7 


1 


2 



47 



47 



44 



First marriage, 
Second marriage, . 
Third marriage, 



Grooms. 


Brides 


38 


42 


7 


5 


2 






47 



47 



No. under 20 years of age, 





3 


between 20 and 30, 


33 


34 


30 and 40, 


7 


6 


40 and 50, 


5 


4 


50 and 60, 


2 





60 and 70, 









47 



47 



Deaths registered in 1889, 


i 








. 113 


Number under 5 years of age, 








26 


between 5 and 10, . 








2 


10 and 20, 










6 


20 and 30, 










5 


30 and 40, 










13 


40 and 50. 










8 


50 and GO, 


> < 








10 


60 and 70, 










8 


70 and 80, 










14 


80 and 90, 










14 


90 and 100, , 













100 and 105, , 










1 


Still-births, . 






i 




6 



113 



Average age, 39 years, 1 month, 18 days. 



45 



Nativity. 
Born in Wakefield, . 
United States, 
British Provinces, 
Ireland, 
England, 

CD ' 

Scotland, 

Island of Guernsey, 

Unknown, . 



40 
51 
8 
6 
3 
2 
1 
2 



113 



DOG LICENSES. 



Number of dogs licensed in 1889, 

Males, .... 

Females, 
Kennel licenses, 

Tax on 321 Males tit $2, . 
44 37 Females, at $5, 
tk 2 Kennel licenses at $25, 



Deduct Clerk's fees, 



360 



321 






37 






2 


i 


360 


• 


$642 


00 


• 


185 


00 


• 


50 


00 




$877 


00 


• 


72 


00 




$805 


00 


• 


$805 


00 



Cash paid J. O. Hay den, County Treasurer, 



CHARLES F. HARTSHORNE, 



Town, Clerk, 



46 



REPORT OF POLICE DEPARTMENT. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen of the Town of Wakefield. 

Gentlemen : — I have the honor herewith to submit the annual 
report of the Police Department from March i, 1889, to January 31, 



Whole number of arrests, . 




► 4 


1 


127 


Males, . . . . . . . . . . in 


Females, .......... 16 


CLASSIFIED AS FOLLOWS. 


Assault, .......... 16 


Adultery, ..... 








4 


Assault on officer, 








2 


Assault to ravish, .... 








• 1 


Attempt to break and enter, 








2 


Cruelty to animals, 








1 


Common drunkard, 








3 


1 defrauding boarding house, 








1 1 


Disturbing the peace, 








3 


Drunkenness, ..... 








47 


Exposing and keeping intoxicating liqi 


iors, . 






10 


Larceny, ..... 








2 


Malicious mischief, 








1 


Neglected children, . 








8 


Stubborn children, 








2 


Threatening bodily harm, . 








2 


Trespass, ..... 


• 






3 


Truancy, . . . . 








1 


Vagrancy, ..... 








8 



Total, 



127 



47 



SEARCH WARRANTS SERV 



irch for in toxica aig liquor, 
arch for stolen goods, 

Total, 
Furnishing lodgings at lockup, 



ED. 



14 

2 



16 
196 



OF THE NUMBER ARRESTED THERE WERE 

Foreign born, ......... 104 

Native born, ......... 23 

Report of Night Watch from March ist, 1989, to Feb- 
ruary 1ST, 189O. 

Number of arrests made, . . . . . • . . 25 

For rjrunkenne ........ 21 

For attempting to break and enter, ..... 2 

For malicious mischief, ....... 1 

For vagrancy, ......... 1 

Disturbances suppressed, ....... n 

Assisted home, ........ 9 

Assisting in finding lodgings, ...... 16 

Stray teams found, ........ I 

Stray horses found. ........ 3 

Places of business found open, . . . . . . 57 

ALVIN L. VANNAH, 
JAMES A. McFADDEN, 

Night Watchmen, 

Until the present year the Town of Wakefield has never rounded 
its police administration with the efficiency pertaining to a complete 
whole. No police quarters have ever been established where citizens 
could readily find an officer, or lodge complaints, or seek such assist- 
ance as circumstances required. Officers from other cities and 
towns have been under the necessity heretofore of searching for 
local police assistance (until some stray officer could be found) when 
immediate aid was of the utmost importance. Lost children, run- 
aways, accidents and the many causes for action on the part of the 
police have heretofore devolved upon a divided and consequently 



48 

inefficient police service. As at present provided for, the Police 
Department as a working organization, though small, is established 
upon a basis which calls for continued support and recognition. 
Officers may be changed, but the organization if continued, as all 
law-abiding citizens should demand and provide for, must, in the 
nature of things, meet just the want which has for a long time been 
felt, of guaranteeing the exact, prompt and efficient assistance which 
the divided and inefficient service heretofore mentioned has failed, 
and must fail, to guarantee or provide for. During the eleven months 
last past an officer has been on duty at all times through the day and 
evening, and when not engaged in actual police duty away from the 
office, has been unremittingly engaged in the innumerable duties 
heretofore distributed among various police officers or left undone. 
The present Hoard of Selectmen have placed the Police Department 
in line with the towns in our immediate vicinity, and upon a basis 
which the best sentiment of the community in warm terms sustains, 
and which I have no doubt is tin.' wisest move in the right direction, 
whoever may be called to administer the office. 

The following recommendations are offered as necessary and im- 
portant. 

PlRST. Three new cells should be built for the accommodation of 
persons who apply for lodgings, so that the present accommodations 
may be used solely for the legitimate purpose for which they were 
constructed. 

SECOND. An entrance to the lockup should be constructed from 
the outside ; a reasonable investigation of this proposition will disclose 
the necessity for its recommendation. 

I desire in 'conclusion to add my personal and official acknowledge- 
ment to the night officers for the faithful and efficient manner in 
which their duties have been performed, and for various additional 
and voluntary offices tendered by them, and accepted for the public 

good. 

CHARLES E. XILES, Chief of Police. 



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COLLECTOR'S STATEMENTS. 



Tax of 1887. 

Balance uncollected, Feb. 28, 1889, $5,738 02 

Received as interest, . . . 476 46 

Paid Town Treasurer, . . . 5,724 60 

Abated by Assessors, . . . 489 88 

Tax of 1S88. 
Balance uncollected, Feb. 28, 1889, $11,430 84 



$6,214 48 



$6,214 48 



Re-assessed by Assessors, 
Received as interest, 
Paid Town Treasurer, . 
Abated by Assessors, . 

Balance uncollected, 



2 40 

■ 

. 174 45 $11 607.69 
5,338 55 
598 34 5,936 89 



$5,670 80 



Tax of 1889. 



Total amount assessed, 
Received as interest, 
Paid Town Treasurer, . 
Discount allowed, 
Abated by Assessors, . 



Balance uncollected, 



$72,175 49 

5 09 $72,180 58 
56,028 39 
2,169 83 
1,115 81 59,314 03 



$12,866.55 



Jan. 31, 1890. 



CHAS. F. WOODWAKD, Collector. 



r>o 



Report of Appropriation Committee. 



id 



This Committee was in session during two evenings, and 
met the representatives of the different departments, and af- 
ter conference with them, and careful consideration, would 
recommend the following appropriations for the ensuing 
year : 

Support of Schools, 

School Contingent Fund, . 

School Text Books and Supplies, 

Poor Department, the income from farm a 

44 " repairs of buildings, 

Fire Department, .... 
Street Lamps, .... 

Town House Expenses, 
Highways and Bridges, 
Concrete Sidewalks and Crossings, . 
Repairs of Concrete Sidewalks and Crossi 
Salaries of Town Officer-, 
Police Department, .... 
Night Watch, ..... 
Miscellaneous Expenses, . 
Beebe Town Library, the dog tax and 
Public Heading Koom, 
Common and Park Expenses, . 



Total, 



gSi 



$17,800 00 

1,800 00 

1,200 00 

5,500 00 

500 00 

2, 500 00 

2,100 00 

1,600 00 

8,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

2,650 00 

J, 000 00 

1,800 CO 

3,000 00 

400 00 

175 00 

750 00 



$51,775 00 



The recommendation as to the appropriation for sa la lies 
of Town Officers is made upon the following basis of division : 



Town Treasurer, 
Town Clerk, . 



$200 00 
100 00 



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Board of Selectmen, 

Road Commissioners, . 

Assessors, . 

Overseers of the Poor, 

School Committee, 

Auditors, 

Registrars, . 

Fire Engineers, . 

Health, 
Tax ( 'ol lector, 

Total, 



400 00 
200 00 
400 00 
250 00 
250 00 
115 00 
110 00 
75 00 
50 00 
500 00 



. $2,650 00 



\<> recommendation is made as to the appropriation for 
payment of Town Debt and Interest as the subject is fully 
and carefully considered in the report of the Town Treas- 
urer to which we refer voters for information. Messrs. 
Thos. VVinship, W. F. Young, S. S. White and Geo. L. 
Kilgore, having been absent from the meetings of the Com- 
mittee, do not Bign this report. 

Respectfully submitted, 

\VM. G. STRONG, Chairman, 

RICHARD BR1TTON, 

DAVID II. DARLING, 

ISAAC F. EATON, 

SILAS W. FLINT, 

WM. S. GREENOUGII, 

EVERETT HART, 

MICHAEL LOW, 

SOLON O. RICHARDSON, 

HENRY H. SAVAGE, 

WALDO E. COWDREY, Secretary. 



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ASSESSORS' REPORT. 



Value of Buildings, exclusive of land, . $2,432,575 00 
" " Land, exclusive of buildings, . 1,390,825 00 



Total value of Real Estate, . . $3,823,400 00 

Value of Personal Property, . . . 580,485 00 
" " Resident Bank Stock, (Nat. Bank 

of S. Heading,) .... 78,660 00 






Total valuation $4,482,545 00 

Number of dwellings taxed, .... 1,261 
horses, " . . . . 429 
cows, " . . . . 278 
swine, " .... 77 
Value of real estate and machinery of corpora- 
tions, •. 731,050 00 

Value of church property exempted by law from 

taxation, 129,000 00 

Number of steam boiler-. .... 19 

Aggregate horse power of steam boilers, . . 832 

Appropriations, Annual Meeting, . . .$58,535 00 

Nov. 6, 1888 meeting, . . 3,897 00 
for Town Debt, . . . 4,000 00 



$66,432 00 

State tax, 4,360 00 

County tax, ...... 3,380 11 



$74,172 11 



Estimated receipts, . . . $4,000 00 

Tax on 1945 polls at $2 each, . . #890 00 7,890 00 

To be assessed on property, .... $66,282 11 

Rate, $15.00 on $1,000. 
Whole number of tax payers, .... 2,693 

Persons paying tax on property, . . . 1,489 

poll tax only, .... 1,204 

CHAS. F. WOODWARD, 

CHAS. F. HARTSHORNE, *> Assessors. 

ELWIN I. PURRINGTON, 



. . . . 



53 



ANNUAL REPORT OF SUPT. OF FIRE ALARM. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen. 

GENTLEMEN: — The Wakefield Fire Alarm consists of ten miles of 
line, one thirty-cell gravity battery, eight fire alarm boxes located as 
follows : 

Box 12, on pole at Greenwood. 

" 15, " Junction. 

" 23, " near Hamilton School. 

" 35, " Post Office. 

•' 37, u Corner Salem and Main Streets. 

" 41, Corner of Cordis and School Sts., N. Ward. 

54, Junction of Lowell and Salem Sts., E. Ward. 

'31, on Rattan Company's Office. 



One tower striker on High School, one whistling machine at Rattan 
Factory, one steam gong at Rattan Factory, one house tapper at 
Hathaway 's Stable, one galvanometer at Hathaway's Stable, one 
break circuit clock at Centre Depot, one break circuit key in High 
School building for school service, two-cell La Clance battery, one 
test bell for testing boxes. 

SUPPLIES AND TOOLS. 

Thirty zincs, small lot blue vitriol, five pounds sal. ammoniac, 
twenty 6x8 glass battery jars, twelve glass insulators, fifty feet No. 9 
telegraph wire, two switch pins, small lot braided wire, two dozen 
key box glasses, one pair steel spurs, one pair stub steel plyers, one 
vice and strap. 

On May nth, as per vote of the town at the annual meeting, an 
18 inch gong was placed upon the Engine House at East Ward, at 
an expense of $82.55. 

On May 18th, the boxes were painted, and a break circuit key was 
placed in the clock at the Centre Depot, so when the clock should 
get out of repair the town could still have the standard time. 

Your Superintendent has arranged in case of a large fire, the third 
alarm calls aid from Reading. 

Standard time will be given by one blow at 9 a. m. 

5 — 5 will be struck at 7.45 a. m. for no school in forenoon, same 
at n.55 for no school in afternoon. 



54 

May 1 2th, Mr. James Graham was hired as assistant on fire alarm 
for one year to look after the alarm during the day as business takes 
the Superintendent out of town. 

May 30th, set pole and placed gong on front of Greenwood School 
House. This gong was borrowed from G. M. Stevens and is not the 
property of the town. 

The alarm was used seven times during the month of May, four 
times for brush fires and three times for school service. The alarm 
was not used during the month of June. The alarm was used three 
times during the month of July, and a house tapper was placed in 
the Chief Engineer's house on Pleasant Street. The alarm was not 
used during the months of August and September. The alarm was 
used once for fire during the month of October. 

November 1st, the Wakefield Rattan Company requested that a 
fire alarm box be placed at or near the Factory, and as they make 
no charge for steam, to blow the whistle, box 31 was placed on their 
office for their use in case of fire. Cost of running line, box and labor. 

The alarm was not used during the month of November. The 
alarm was used once during the month of December for fire. 

There have been during the year, several wild cat blows caused by 
outside parties breaking the line, moving buildings and derricks and 
a jir. 

J, would recommend that the line be extended and boxes placed 

as to protect the new houses on Converse Street and Cowdrey's 
Hill. This can be done by running a single wire and forming a large 
loop, with as many boxes as the town may choose to have. By run- 
ning the line in this way all of the west portion will be amply pro- 
tected. 

I would also recommend that the alarm be extended, and a box 
placed at or near the corner of Richardson and Melvin Streets. 
This can be done by looping the same as the West Ward. 

There is need of a striker or large gong in the West Ward, for in 
windy weather it is impossible to hear the present alarm. 

'The battery has been cleaned and renewed as occasion required 
during the year. The boxes have been tested and the system kept 
in perfect working order. 

In closing, I would take this opportunity to thank the Engineers 
and Town Officers in general for courtesy and kindness during the 
year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. S. COBB, 

Superinte?ident Fire Alarm TelegrapJi. 
Wakefield, Mass. 



55 



KEPOBT OF FOREST FIREWAHDS. 



During the twelve months ending Dec. 31, 1889, there have been 
thirty-seven fires, viz. : 



January, 


5 


J»iy, 


1 


February, 





August, 





March, 


9 


September, 


1 


April, 


10 


October, 





May, 


7 


November, 


1 


June, 


2 


December, 


1 



Three hundred persons have been employed at an average expense 
of 51 cents and a fraction, or a fraction over $4.14 per fire. Three 
of these fires were well under way before the people were properly 
alarmed, which made the expense correspondingly heavy, the three 
fires costing $60.75. 

The Fire Department have been needlessly called to four wood 
fires, these calls being given without the knowledge of the Firewards. 

The number of fires and the expenses 

Centre District, 5 fires, 
" none, 
" 7 fires, 



North 
South 
East 
West 
Woodville " 



1 2 
4 
9 

Total, 



<< 



<< 



in each ward were as follows : 

$S 00 



Thirty of the town's Johnson Pumps were 
fifty of the town's buckets and fire cans. 

RECAPITULATION. 

Appropriation, .... 

Expense of 37 fires, 

Printing Precaution Notices, . 

Repairs on pumps, .... 

Amount overdrawn, 



62 00 

40 75 

8 2 5 

37 5° 



S J 53 50 

ised at these fires, and 



$150 00 



• #i53 5° 
1 09 

7 20 



161 79 



;n 79 



56 



JOHNSON PUMPS. 

In compliance with the vote of the town at its annual meeting the 
Forest Firewards herewith furnish a list of the present locations of 
the town's Johnson Pumps now numbering sixty-eight, as follows : 



No. I, John A. Meloney, Prospect St., 

West District. 
" 2, John F. Whiting, Pleasant St., 

Centre District. 
" 3, Win. H. Atwell, Prospect St., 

West District. 
" 4, Richard Britton, Main Street, 

( lentre I 'istrici. 
" 5, John M. Cate, Main Street, 

( lentre I district. 
•' 6, C. C. Lldridge, Myrtle Ave., 

South I )istrict. 
" 7, Noah M. Eaton, Park Street, 

( lentre District. 
" 8, Caleb Putney, Water Street, 

Woodville District. 
" 9, Will K. Eaton, Vale Avenue, 

Centre I Hstrict. 
•• io, W. D. Parker, Wiley Street, 

Woodville District. 
" u, John Drugan, Vernon Street, 

Centre I )istrict. 
" 12, A. A. Currier, W. Albion St., 

West District. 
" 13, E. H. Walton, Pleasant St., 

Centre District. 
" 14, H. P. Hill, Summer Street, 

Centre District. 
" 15, R. W. Cole, Water St., Wood- 
ville District. 
" 16, Alden Crocker, Green Street, 

South District. 
" 17. Robert Praxton, Lake Street, 

West District. 
" 18, Samuel Winship, Church St., 

Centre District. 
" 19, Wm. Mellett, Nahant Street, 

Centre District. 
" 20, Patrick Kenney, Melvin St., 

Centre District. 
" 21, Michael Low, Bennett Street, 

Centre District. 
" 22, Wm. Garside, Nahant Street, 

Centre District. 
" 23, A. A. Mansfield, Main Street, 

Coal Yard. Centre District. 
" 24, J. S. Round, Main St., Centre 

District. 
11 25, Geo. K. Gilman, Charles St., 

Centre District. 
" 26, Chas. Gorham, Lowell Street, 

North District. 



No. 27, John McManuis, Lowell St., 

North District. 
" 28, Wm. K. Perkins, Central St., 

North District. 
" 29, Samuel Parker, Main Street, 

North District. 
1 30, W. H. Knight, Cordis Street, 

North District. 
"31, J. R. Reid, Salem and Lowell 

Streets, Last I )istrict. 
" 32, F. Nickerson, Lowell Street, 

Last I Hstricl. 
" 33, Geo. K. Walton, Salem Street, 

East 1 Hstrict. 
14 34, M. P. l'arker, Lowell and Ver- 
non Street, Last District. 
" 35, Harris Pratt, Vernon Street, 

Last 1 Hstrict. 
" 36, Isaac E. Green, Main Street, 

Centre District. 
" 37, I. F. Sheldon, Main Street, 

South District. 
" 38, J. G. T.rooks, Forest Street, 

South District. 
" 39» W. H. Taylor, Grove Street, 

South District. 
" 40, Rodney Edmonds, Court off 

Water St., Woodville District. 
" 41, Mrs. Ellen Dennehey, Water 

Street, Woodville District. 
" 42, John MeGlory, Jr., R. R. St., 

West District. 
u 43, W. W. Pessey, Emerson St., 

West District. 
" 44, A. S. Philbrook, R. R. Street, 

West District. 
" 45, Thomas Kernan, Gould Street, 

West District. 
" 46, Benjamin Oliver, Nahant St., 

Woodville District. 
" 47, Geo. E. Donald, Almshouse, 

Farm St., Woodville District. 
" 48, Geo. R.Tyzzer, Court off Water 

Street, Woodville District. 
" 49, E. S. Hopkins, Hopkins St., 

West District. 
" 50, Henry Davis, Newhall Court, 

Woodville District. 
" 51, Town Hall, care of Janitor, 

Centre District, 
" 52, A. G. Baxter, Forest Street, 

South District. 



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No. 53, ( !e< ■. I . Roby, < Ireenwood and 

Spring St.. South I )ist rict. 

M. ( rates, < Ireen St.. South 
District. 
•■ 55, I.. P. II- »per, Nahant Street. 

Woodvillc I hstrict. 
•" £6, Alex Murray, I arm Street, 

Woodville I district. 
'• 57, \V. M. Ward, N'ahant St i 
Woodville District. 

. M. Leavens, Salem St.. 
I 'istriet. 
•• vi, Jonathan Buxton, Lowell St., 

it I >istrkt. 

•• <>o, Albert Phinney, New Salem 
LSI 1 Mstrict. 



B 

A 
R 



\o.6i, Everett Nichols, Vernon St., 

North I district. 
*' 62, Jonathan X. McMaster, Ver- 
non Street, East District. 
" 63, J. S. New hall, Lowell Street, 

V >rth I Mstrict. 
" 64, Timothy McCauliff, R. R. St., 

West 1 hstrict. 
" 65, Geo. II. 'League, Converse St., 

West District. 
" 66, D. D. Douglass, Broadway St., 

West 1 Mstrict. 
•• 67, < has. E. Horton, Prospect St., 

West I district. 
" 68, Wm. Darling, Main St., South 

District. 



. W. OLIVER, 

. L. MANSFIELD, 

UFUS KENDRICK, 



Forest Firewards. 



58 



ENGINEERS' REPORT. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen, — The annual report of the Engineers of the 
Fire Department is herewith presented, giving details of the 
force and apparatus, records of the fires and alarms which have 
occurred during the past year, amount of losses and insurances of 
property as near as could be ascertained. 

The force of the department consists of three Fire Engineers, 
one who is Superintendent of Fire Alarm, one Engineer of 
Steamer, one Assistant of Steamer, one stoker who is steward, 
thirty hosemen, fifteen Hook and Ladder men, and two Volunteer 
Hose Companies, divided as follows : 

STEAMER LUCIUS BEEBE, NO. i. 

Foreman, Levi Flanders. One third-class Silsby Steam Fire 
Engine, one supply wagon for coal, one four wheeled hose car- 
riage carrying 650 feet cotton hose. Thirteen men. 

April, 1SS9, the steamer was sent to the Silsby Man'f'g Co., 
Seneca Falls, N. Y.. and provided with a new set of smoke flues, 
crown sheet in the boiler and fire box. The engine is in first- 
class condition. 

WASHINGTON HOOK AND LADDER CO.. NO. 1. 

Foreman, Philip J. Flanders. One truck carrying 153 feet of 
ladders, one life saving or jumping net, fifteen men. 

J. H. CARTER HOSE CO., NO. 1. 

Foreman, W. C. Allen. One two-wheel hose carriage, car- 
rying 650 feet cotton hose, ten men. 

C. WAKEFIELD CHEMICAL ENGINE CO., NO. 2. 

Foreman, Thomas Gould. One chemical engine carrying 100 
feet, one inch rubber hose, ten men. 

Yale Hand Engine in charge of the Veteran Fireman's 
Association. 



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THE VOLUNTEER HOSE CO., NO. 2. 

Foreman, William E. Cade. Have 600 feet cotton hose in 
their charge and maintain their independent company. They 
deserve honorable mention, and have the thanks of the Engineers 
and the citizens of the town for their active service. 

GREENWOOD HOSE CO., NO. 3. 

Foreman, Daniel Evans. One two-wheeled hose carriage car- 
rying 500 feet cotton hose, 10 men. 

Your Engineers placed one hose carriage in the stable of G. H. 
Hathaway. 

The total amount of serviceable hose now in use by the several 
companies is 3,050 feet. 

One fire extinguisher located at Town House, one Lowry 
hydrant head in closet south side of vestibule, Town House. 
Base of hydrants head at intersection of Main and Lincoln Sts. 

Fire Record from February 1, 1889 to February 7, 1890, 
to which the Department responded promptly. 

March 30. Alarm from box 37. Dwelling house owned by 
Air. H. Obst, occupied by Mr. W. Jones. Defective chimney. 
Loss, $200. Insured $500. 

April 10. Alarm from bo*: 12. Seven cords oak wood 
burned. Oak street, Woodville. 

April 10. Alarm from box 12. Brush fire. Myrtle street, 
Greenwood. 

April 11. Alarm from box 12. Grass fire, no damage. 

April 20. Alarm from box 54. Brush fire. Wiley street, 
Montrose. 

April 24. Alarm from box 35. Three boys lost. At the 
sound of the fire alarm the boys ran from a barn where they had 
been in hiding, the anxiety of their parents thus relieved. 

May iS. Alarm from box 35. Brush fire. Montrose. 

July 4. Alarm from box 54. False alarm, rung by an 
unknown person. 

July 4. Alarm from box 54 at John Hartshorne's, Main 
.street. No damage. 



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Sept. 21. Alarm from box 41. Stable owned by Mr. F. H. 
Laetsch. Loss, $330. Insured $100. 

Oct. 12. No alarm. Coal on fire at the Wakefield Rattan 
Co., damaged, $6,600. Insurance allowed $6,100. 

Dec. 27. Alarm from box 12. House and stable owned and 
occupied by Mr. G. L. Kilgore, Greenwood. Loss $10,150. 
Insured $5,800. 

FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH. 

We have added during the past year one alarm box, one iS- 
inch gong, one 6-inch gong. There are pearly ten miles of wire, 
one Electric Clock, five fire-alarm gongs, eight lire alarm boxes, 
located as follows : 

Box 12, — Greenwood. 

15, — Junction. 

23, — West District. 

31, — Office Rattan Factory. 

35, — Post Office. 

37, — Cor. Main and Salem streets. 

41,— North Ward. 
11 54, — Montrose. 
" $^ — No School. 

Electric Clock at Centre Depot in care of Mr. L. B. French, 
Station Agent, who has the thanks of the Engineers and citizens 
of the town for testing the wire daily by one blow, giving stan- 
dard time at 9 a. m. 

One 10-inch double bell steam gong on No. 2 building at the 
Wakefield Rattan Co. ; one bell striker on High School building, 
Main street ; one 18-inch gong on Chemical Engine house, Mont- 
rose ; one 6-inch gong on Chief Engineer's house, Pleasant 
street; one 6-inch gong in Hathaway's stable; one 18-inch gong 
on Greenwood school-house ; it is loaned to the town on trial by 
Mr. G. M. Stevens. 

On account of the severe storms and high winds, it has re- 
quired close attention to keep it in working order. The Stevens' 
Fire Alarm system works satisfactory. The Wakefield Rattan 
Co. have furnished steam for the 10-inch gong since 1887. With- 
out making any charge they concluded to have a fire alarm box to 
connect with the fire-alarm telegraph. Your Engineers placed 
Box 31 for their use. 



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RECOMMENDATIONS. 

Your Engineers think it advisable for the town to dispose of 
the four-wheeled hose carriage, which has been in service for 
more than a score of years, and to purchase one horse wagon that 
will carry [,ooo feet hose and life saving apparatus that the law 
requires us to carry ; also that the fire alarm telegraph be 
extended, placing one hie alarm box at or near the Gas House, 
and extend to the Town farm with a fire alarm box, and one at 
the corner of Mclvin and Bennett streets. The gong on the 
Greenwood School-house, loaned by Mr. Stevens on trial, we 

would recommend to be purchased for the sum of $60. Also 
500 feet of cotton hose 

The double-nozzle tire hydrants, leased by the town, are war- 
ranted by the Wakefield Water Co. to be in good condition. 
Many of them were- inspected bv Your Chief Engineer and found 
satisfactory . 

for bire Department expenses see Auditors' page. For the 
ensuing year would recommend the sum of $2,500 be raised and 
appropriated for the use of the department. 

In conclusion we desire to express our thanks to the Selectmen, 
the members of the fire departments, and citizens of the town 
who have so cheerfully assisted us in all our efforts to make the 
department successful. 

Respectfully submitted, 

OWEN CORCORAN, Chief, 
ROGER HOWARD, 
ALONZO S. COBB. 

Engi?ieers. 



02 



REPORT OF BOARD OF HEALTH. 



Our Board held its first meeting soon after election, and organized 
by electing Mr. Wiley chairman, Dr. O'Leary secretary, and Mr. 
Cate health officer. 

It was determined at the beginning of the year that the rules of 
the Board should be strictly enforced and a vigorous policy adopted 
for* the year's work. 

As near as possible this policy has been carried out, but owing to 
the absence of different members, (there being at one time, in mid- 
summer, only one member in town), the work has been somewhat 
broken up. However, the health of the town has been carefully 
looked after, many nuisances investigated and abated, and severa 
new and important rules added to the Regulations. A rule that has 
been enforced this year is that requiring the reporting of contagious 
diseases and placarding of houses containing the same. The swine 
question has been handled with good results. 

NUISANC1 5. 

Many minor nuisances have been reported and abated this year, 
and several more important ones have been attended to. 

The ditch of stagnant water on Railroad street, situated on the 
adjoining estates of Messrs. Rayner, Eaton and Wiley, during the 
summer became offensive to sight and smell, and was viewed by the 
Board. The question of whose business it was to abate it was a 
complicated one, and the Health Officer was at a loss to know upon 
whom to serve notice to abate. The stagnant water was caused by 
the blocking up of a drain pipe put in by the town some years ago, 
and yet the nuisance was on the land of the owners thereof. The 
matter was finally settled by the town taking up and repairing the 
drain, so that the nuisance was speedily abated. 

A nuisance on Richardson street that had been bequeathed this 
year's Board by the retiring Board, was promptly and effectually set- 
tled. An effort has been made to improve the Lake street district 
by opening the culverts and draining the land by allowing the water 



63 

to flow off. The results have not been entirely satisfactory for several 
reasons, among them being the emptying of the Water Go's overflow 
pipe on this Land, and the extreme height at which the water in 
Crystal Lake has been held. We have no doubt this matter will soon 
be properly attended to, as the town is now taking an active interest 
in draining the district. 

I HE swim; QUESTION. 

It has been thought advisable by the Board of Health in past 
years to prohibit the keeping of swine within the centre of the town, 
but no action was taken and no rule to that effect made. One of 
the first things considered by us this year was this very important 
matter and we decided t<> get the opinion of the citizens of the town 
who were interested, by giving a public hearing on the question. 

Accordingly a hearing was held April 24, and the opinion of those 
present was asked. The attendance was small, only those directly 
interested being present, but the subject was thoroughly discussed and 
all agreed that it was a good thing and should be carried out with 

tain restrictions. Alter the hearing the Board went into executive 

don and voted to adopt Reg. 9, and to have it go into effect July 
1 . [889. 

We desired to be as lenient as possible in the matter, consistent 
with the public health, and to give those who had swine within the 
limits an opportunity to dispose of them to advantage, so for this 
reason did not have the new rule take effect before July 1. 

As this rule was a new and strict one the Board expected some 
trouble in enforcing it. Swine at the best cause more or less bad 
odor, but the swine within the limits kept the Board of Health in 
mal-odor during all the summer months. While the greater part of 
those upon whom we served notice t>> remove their swine, readily and 
cheerfully complied, we are sorry to say that in some cases we met 
decided opposition, and one party went so far as to prepare to con- 
test the case in law, although he finally, after causing us much trouble, 
complied with the regulation. 

We would recommend to future Health Officers the strict enforce- 
ment of Reg. 9, as our town is rapidly growing and the population is 
becoming more dense, especially at the centre, so that the future 
health of the inhabitants demands that this matter be carefully looked 
after. " Public health is public wealth," and we cannot be too active 
in matters relating to our sanitary welfare. 



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DISEASES AND DEATHS. 

Our town still maintains its high average of health, and our citizens 
are to be congratulated on the freedom of the town from an epidemic 
of any contagious disease during the past year. To be sure " La 
Grippe " visited us as it did the rest of the world, but even with this 
disease we escaped more fortunately than most of the neighboring 
towns and cities. The number of deaths resulting from Influenza 
was very small, if any could be directly attributed to it, while about 
us its victims were counted by the score. 

The number of contagious diseases reported was small, and in this 
we have been fortunate as some of our nearer neighbors have been 
afflicted with severe runs of Diphtheria and Scarlet Fever. 

For the year there were reported as follows : 

Measles, 10 cases with no deaths. 

Diphtheria. 8 " " 4 
Searlet Fever, 5 " " no " 

Typhoid Fever, 3 u 2 " 

An examination of the mortality list shows that as usual Consump- 
tion leads, there being 16 deaths from this cause, while Heart Disease 
is a close second with 14 deaths. The year has been marked by 
many sudden deaths, chiefly from Heart Disease and Apoplexy, a 
number of familiar faces having been removed by these causes. 

The number of deaths which occurred from different causes during 
the year 1889 is as follow 

Consumption, 
Heart Disease, 
Apoplexy. 
Still Birth, 
Paralysis, • 
Cancer, 
Pneumonia, 
Marasmus, 

R. R. Accident, Puerperal Uraemia, Debility, Renal Hemorrhage, 
Pleuro-Pneumonia, Jaundice, Entero-Colitis, Thrush, Scrofula, Acci- 
dent, Congestion of Lungs, Capillary-Bronchitis, Inflammation of 
Lungs, Bright's Disease, Rheumatism, Acute Bronchitis, Cancer of 
Liver, Acute Inflammatory Fever, Diabetes, Congestion of Brain, 
Drowning, Cancer of Stomach, Anaemia, Chronic Bronchitis, Exhaus- 
tion, Unknown Cause, 1 each. Total, 113. 



16 


Meningitis, 


4 


14 

7 


Diphtheria, 
Cholera Infantum, 


4 
4 


6 


Inanition, 


3 


6 

5 
5 


Old Age, 

Membranous Croup, 
Premature Birth, 


3 

2 

2 


4 


Typhoid Fever, 


2 



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SUGGESTION. 

The official and active agent of a Hoard of Health is the Health 
( Officer. To him is assigned all the real work of that body and he is 
the one who has to investigate complaints, reason with his fellow- 
citizens and often command them to confoim with the rules and 
abate nuisances caused by them or on their property. This is not a 
pleasant duty at any time, for the part}- responsible for the nuisance 

rarely willing to admit that it is deleterious to public health, and 
even if he d< slow to abate it, stopping long to consider the 

expense oi (leaning up, and waiting to see if his neighbors and the 
Hoard of Health will not forget all about it. 

During the hot summer months when complaints are coming in 
from all side^ of the town the position of the Health Officer is not 
an eas) one, and he finds his hands full of public, business to the 
injury of his own private affairs. Each case takes time to properly 
investigate and must be followed up to see that the parties comply with 
the law. 

The experience of the present and past Hoards leads us to offer a 
suggestion on this matter, which, if carried out, will no doubt improve 
the sanitary condition of the town by facilitating the work of the 
Health Officer. 

We would suggest that the position be held by some town official 
who gives his entire time to public duties, as for instance, the Chief 
of Police or the Sup't of Streets, (though not necessarily these.) 

Either of these officials being about the town continually would be 
able to not only readily investigate nuisances reported but also dis- 
cover those not reported but which, nevertheless, should be abated. 
Their entire time being given to public duties we think they would 
be able to produce more satisfactory results than are now attainable. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. B. WILEY, 

J. A. O'LEARY, 

J. M. GATE, 

Board of Health. 
Wakefield, Feb. 10, 1890. 



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OVERSEERS' REPORT. 



The duties and responsibilities of Overseers of the Poor are some- 
times simple, often complicated, but always imperative. One appli- 
cant may be reasonable in requests for aid, while another will urge 
his demands regardless of reason or justice. 

In some cases, after much perplexity, little satisfaction is gained in 
either giving or receiving ; our aim in all cases is to give reasonable 
and needful aid without encouraging a spirit of pauperism. 

The necessities of the unfortunate and needy or the criticisms of 
generous minded persons in their behalf, cannot be fully met under 
the present statutes governing the action of the Overseers of the 
Poor. The foregoing is in brief the experience year after year, but 
more especially the last year when largely increased calls have required 
greater caution and more economy on the part of this Hoard. The 
examinations required in many cases to determine place of settlement 
have taken much time but have been faithfully conducted. 

We have declined to pay for clothing for patients in Insane Hospitals 
the past year, the opinion of the Attorney General being that such 
expenses are included in the amount of $3.25 paid per week for 
support. The Danvers Hospital still sends bills for clothing and 
breakage. 

We will not repeat the facts in regard to the farm given in our 
extended report of last year. There are certain matters, however, 
that deserve mention as bearing on the receipts from the farm. The 
continued wet weather during 1S89, reduced the potato crop from 
250 bushels to 80. It has also prevented the getting out of meadow 
muck which has necessitated the purchase of a certain amount of 
manure. The price of pork and pigs has been so low the past year 
as to reduce the receipts from that source about one third. 

In spite of the wet weather the hay crop was got in, in good 
order. The usual quantity of wood has been cut the past winter, 
some 40 cords. The general policy of improving the condition of 
the farm has been continued during the past year. Another half 
acre of meadow land along Saugus River has been reclaimed. About 
30 rods of wire fencing has been put in. 



67 

Our Almshouse, so far as cleanliness, and care on the part of the 
superintendent is concerned, is pron mnced by the State Inspector as 
second to none in the State. We have engaged Mr. Donald as 
keeper tor the coining year. 

For a detailed report of the expenses at the farm and for outside 
relief we refer to the figures we have furnished the Auditors. 

During the past year we have aided individuals and families repre- 
senting 1 80 persons, outside the Almshouse. 

In conclusion we wish to say that the painting and shingling of the 
house the coming year is an absolute necessity. 

Respectfully submitted, 

SILAS W. FLINT, 
HIRAM EATON, 
THOMAS KFRNAN, 

Wakefield, February 10th. 1890. Overseers of the Poor. 



REPORT OT FISH COMMITTEE. 



Our fourteenth annual report will be brief, as there are few facts 
ord in connection with the past year's fishing in Lake 
Ouannapowitt. 

Through the whole season the water in the lake was at an unusual 
height, and to this we attribute the fact, that fewer fish than usual 
were taken. Many large pickerel were caught, and Mr. J. C. Harts- 
horne reports one weighing 6 lbs., which is the largest ever taken 
from the lake. 

While the high water interfered somewhat with the season's sport, 
it was the means of bringing the alewives from the sea, in much 
greater numbers than ever before. The whole number of permits 
sold was 350, but so few returns have been received that their tabu- 
lation would be of little value. 

We estimate the season's catch at 3,000 lbs., which is, undoubtedly 
considerably below actual results. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. S. GREENOUGH, 
SAM'L PARKER, 
WILL H. WILEY, 

Wakefield, Feb. 8, 1890. Fish Committee. 



68 



Dr. THOMAS J. SKINNER, Treasurer, 



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To Cash balance in Treasury as per report Mch. n, '89, 
hired on Town Notes, .... 

Chas. F. Woodward, Collector, Taxes, 1S89, 

1888, 
1887, 
Stale Treasurer, acct. Corporation Taxes, 

" National Bank Tax, 
State Aid. 1888, 
Military Aid. 1888, 
Armory Rent, 
Mass, School Fund, 
County Treasurer, acct. Dog tax. [889, . 

" *' Kent of Court Room and 

Janitor. ..... 

Selectmen, Receipts from Town Hall, 
acct. 1 lighway I >ep't, 
>ncrete Work. 
Street Lamp I >ep't, 
Overseers of the Poor. Receipts, 
School Committee, tuition, 

" " errors refunded, 

Fish Committee, balance of receip; 
Fire Engineers, sale of old junk, 
11. C. Hall, Lock-up fees to Apr. 1. 1889, 
Harriet A. Shepard, Librarian, lines. Catalogues 
etc 

Rufus Kendrick, refunded from Firewardens, 

L. H. Tasker, Crystal Lake rental to Mch. 1 

1890,. .... 
Wakefield Savings Bank, Int. C. Sweetser burial 

lot fund, ...... 

Coupon interest from C. Sweetser Lecture Fund 
Interest from Beebe Town Library Funds, 
Sundry Licenses, ..... 

Premium on notes sold, .... 

Interest on Deposits. .... 



$3,029 


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56,028 


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5>724 


60 


3> 2 / 6 


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982 


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209 


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400 


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55 


48 


764 


75 


200 


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442 


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By ( 'ash paid Selectmen's Orders. . . . . 
Principals on Loans, . 

Interest - 

State Treasurer, State Tax, . 

National Hank Tax, 
1-4 Liquor License Receipts, . 
County Treasurer. County Tax, 
State Aid to Sundry Persons, 
Town Library and Reading Room bills, (see 

Trustees' Report,) . 
T. J. Skinner, Treas. Sweetser Lectures, Income 

from Fund, ...... 

C. F. Woodward, Collector, for Tax-title deeds, 

C. W. Eaton, acct. Tax Deeds, 

( ^h paid acct. J. Nichols' Temperance Fund, 

Interest on Flint Memorial Fund, . 

Mrs. Matilda L. Kidder, surplus from tax sale 

due estate Chas. E. Lee, . 



$59>° 22 55 

40,660 84 

2,374 34 

4,360 00 

793 46 

75 

3>3 So XI 

1,341 00 

1,3*5 °5 

400 00 

103 76 

5 85 

60 00 

55 °° 

13 22 



Total cash paid out. 



$"3,935 93 



Balance in Treasury, 



#2,318 77 



116,254 70 



70 



TRUST FUNDS. 

Ezra Eaton Burial Lor Fund, $ioo. 

This fund was a gift to the town, March 2, 1857, the income of 
which is used at the discretion of the Board of Selectmen to keep in 
repair the burial lot of Mr. Ezra Eaton. The sum of $2 has been 
expended by the Selectmen the past year. 

The Flint Memorial Fund, $ 1,000. 

This fund from Mrs. Harriet N. Flint, is for the benefit of the 
Beebe Town Library, the interest thereon to be expended in the pur- 
chase of books. 

The sum of $55 as eleven months' interest to Feb. 1, 1890 has 
been paid to the Trustees of the Library. 

Dr. F. P. Hurd Library Fund, $2,500. 

This fund is for the benefit of the Beebe Town Library, and is in- 
vested in coupon notes of the town of Wakefield, bearing interest at 
the rate of four per centum per annum. 

C. Wakefield Library Find, 5500. 

This fund is also for the benefit of the Beebe Town Library and is 
invested in a coupon note of the town of Wakefield bearing interest 
at the rate of four per centum per annum. 

Jonathan Nichols 1 Temperance Fund, $1,000. 

This fund was a gift to the town on certain conditions as described 
in the vote accepting the same. The conditions are such that any 
young man of Wakefield, who files his name with the Town Clerk 
before he is sixteen years of age, and declares his intention not to 
drink intoxicating liquors, and not chew or smoke tobacco, until he 
shall become twenty-one years of age, and shall have kept his pledge 
until that time, shall receive from the income of this fund ten dollars 
together with a certificate of commendation from the Selectmen. 

The Town Clerk has now on file the names of 199 young men who 
have thus pledged themselves. 



71 



STATEMENT Or INTEREST. 



Balance available at last report, ..... $240 47 
Interest 11 mos. to Feb. r, 1890, . . . . . 44 81 



Total, $285 28 

Paid April 26, 18S9, Ernest Heywood, $10.00 

May 2, [889, Everett W. Oliver, 10.00 

Aug. 22, 1S89, W. H. Cartland, 10.00 

Dec. 12, 1889, Michael Sliney, 10.00 

Jan. 16, 1890, Wm. R. Mansfield, 10.00 

Jan. 23, 1890, Chas, \V. Newhall. 10.00 



£60 00 



Balance available, . . . . . $225 28 

C. Swi etser Burial Lot Fund, $1,000. 

The income from this fund is to be used in keeping in repair and 
unifying with flowers and shrubbery the burial lot of the parents 

of the donor. The principal is on deposit with the Wakefield Savings 

Dank. 

- I ATOM EN r ( )F INTEREST. 

Balance available at last report, ..... $201 33 
Interest on above 11 mos. to Feb. 1, 1890, ... 8 05 

Interest 6 mos. from Wakefield Savings Bank, Aug. r, '89* 20 00 



Total, . . . . . . . $229 38 

Kxpended as per Auditors' Report, ... 2 00 



$227 ^ 
* Another 6 mos. interest is now due but not received in season for this report. 

C. Sweetser Lecture Fund, $10,000. 

Invested as follows : 

Town of Attleboro, 4s due 1897, 5 Bonds, $1000 each, $5,000 00 
Town of Brookline, 4s due 1893, 5 Notes $1000 each, 5 ; ooo 00 



Total, ....... $10,000 

Income from above one year, $400, which has been paid to Thomas 
J. Skinner, Treasurer Sweetser Lectures. 



72 



This fund is for the purpose of providing such lectures as will tend 
to improve and elevate the public mind and to impose a reasonable 
fee for admission to such lectures and pay over the net proceeds of 
the same to such charitable organization in said Wakefield, as the 
municipal officers of said town may designate, to be distributed 
among the worthy poor of said town. 

The fourth course, season of 1889-90, has been in charge of Jacob 
C. Hartshorne, Esq., he having been appointed Curator by the Board 
of Selectmen, and has been more largely attended than any course 
thus far. The course tickets for ejght lectures were placed at 50 
cents each and single admission 10 cents. Two extra lectures have 
been given to which those having course tickets were admitted, mak- 
ing ten lectures for fifty cents. There were 293 Course tickets sold 
and the evening admissions have varied from 52 smallest to 195 
largest, up to the present time (Feb. 1.) 

On account of the financial year of the town closing one month 
earlier than heretofore, the course was not completed in season to 
render the financial statement in this report. It will be given in the 
local press at the close of the Course, and will also appear in the 
next annual Town Report. 

The proceeds of the first three courses amounting to $75.33 still 
remains in the Treasury, awaiting the action of the Selectmen for its 
disposal, in accordance with the terms of the bequest. 



RECEIPTS FROM LICENSES 






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(i. H. Clothey, 6th class liquor, 

J. I). Mansfield, 

J. C. Oxley, 

S. E. Gordon, Victualler, 

Geo. Cox, Pool Table, 

C. F. Hartshorne, Auctioneer, 

John Day, " 

Miller Base Ball Club, 

H. YV. Eustis, Fireworks, 

A. P. Linnell, 

Geo. Cox, 

Aaron Butler, 

C. A. Cheney, 

Cutler Bros., 

Wm. G. Skinner, Hack License, 

Total, 



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Notes given and paid during the Year : 

NOTES ISSUED. 



Date. 


Amount. 


Kate. 


1 ime. 


Account. 


To whom sold. 


Apr. 1 1, 


.000 


33-8 pr. ct. 


5 mos. 


Temporary Loan. 


Brewster, Cobb and 
Estabrook. 


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5,000 


3 3-8 " 


5 mos. 


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Thos. J. Skinner, Tr. 


June I, 


4,000 4 


6 1-2 yrs. 


Coupon Notes, 


Brewster, Cobb and 












Estabrook. 


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4,000 


4 


7 1-2 yrs. 


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Brewster, Cobb and 
Estabrook. 


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1,000 4 


8 1-2 yrs. 


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Brewster, Cobb and 
Estabrook. 


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2.5004 " 


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14 (( 


Dr. Hurd Library 

Fund. 


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C. Wakefield Library 
Fund. 


Dec. 


5,000 


4 


9 mos. 


Temporary Loan, 


Wakefield Sav. Bank. 


ti >• 


5,000 


4 


9 mos. 


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Thos. J. Skinner, Tr. 


Feb. 1/90 


1,500 


4 


2 yr. 8 m. 


Hamilton Sch.Bld. 


Wakefield Sav. Bank. 


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1,000 


4 


2 yr. 8 m. 


Park Loan, 


Thos. J. Skinner, Tr. 


Total. 


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NOTES PAID. 



WhenlM. Date of 



1889. 



Note. 



Amount. 



June i. Oct. 16, 'S5. 52,ooo 

" " Feb. 18, '86 500 

Aug. 3. Aug. 3, 'S3 1,500 

Sept. II. Apr. 1 1 ,'89, 5,000 

' " 5,000 

" 20. July 7, '84. 1,000 



Kate. 



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22. 



27. 



Dec. 22,'SS. 5,000 
Nov. 22,'SS. 3,000 
Dec. 27, '88. 5,000 



" " Nov. 27,'SS. 5,000 



Oct. 1. 

" '5- 
Dec. 22. 



June 1, '87. 4,000 
June 16/87. 2,323 34 
Dec. 22/88. 1,337-5° 
Total, 40,660.84 



4 pr. ct. 

4 " 

4 " 

3 3-8" 

3 3-8 " 

4 " 

41-4" 

4 1-4" 
4 " 

4 " 
4 " 



Account. 



Dr.Uurd Lib'y Fund. 
11 <{ a 

Hamilton Sch. Bldg. 

Temporary Loan. 
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Park Loan. 

Temporary Loan. 

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To whom paid. 



Funded Loan. 
Pleasant St. 
Highways. 



Town Treasurer. 



Lynn Inst, for Sav- 
ings. 
At Howard Bank. 

T.J. Skinner, Trus- 
tee. 
Southbridge Sav- 
ings Bank. 
At Howard Bank. 

T. J. Skinner/Trus- 
tee. 
At Howard Bank. 

State Treasurer. 

Cambridgep't Sav- 
ings Bank. 
Wakefield Savings 
Bank. 
T.J. Skinner, Trus- 
tee. 



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LOAN ACCOUNT. 



Amount of loan March 12, 1889, . 
Since hired by Treasurer, 



Amount paid since March 12, 1889, 



Outstanding loans, 



• $63,998 34 

. 34,500 00 

$98,498 34 

. 40,660 84 

•>5 7,837 50 



Distributed as follow 



rs : 



Southbridge Savings Bank, due Sept. 20, 



Wakefield Savings Bank, 
Thomas J. Skinner, Trustee, 
Cambridgepoft Savings Hank, 
Lynn Institution for Savings, 
Thomas Winship, Treasurer, 
Southbridge Savings Bank, 
Cambridgeport Savings Bank, 
Lynn Institution for Savings, 
Southbridge Savings Hank, 
Wakefield Savings Hank, 
Cambridgeport Savings Hank, 
Lynn Institution for Savings. 
Southbridge Savings Hank, 
Thomas J. Skinner, Trustee, 
Lynn Institution for Savings, 



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Oct. 1, 

Nov. 13, 

1 >e< '. 22. 

Sept. 20, 

Oct. 1. 

Nov. 13, 

Sept. 20, 

Oct 
Oct 

Nov. 13, 

Sept. 20, 

Oct 

Nov 



1. 
1. 



i3» 



5 coupon notes to bearer, $1000 each, due 



5 
4 
4 

3 

2 






.. 
a 

a 
it 



<( 

.< 



a 
a 
ii 



$500 



ii 

.. 
Ii 
ii 

.. 



1890, 

'90, 
'90, 

'90. 

'90, 
'90, 

'91, 

'9L 
V> 

'92, 

'9 2 > 
'92, 

'93, 

'93, 

'93, 
Dec. 1, 

a a 
a a 
It 

a .i 
t. 



^93, 
1894, 

1895, 
1896, 

1897, 

1897, 



$1,000 OO 

5,000 OO 
5,000 OO 
4,000 OO 
1,500 OO 

L337 5° 
1,000 OO 

4,000 OO 

1,500 OO 

1,000 OO 

1,500 OO 

4,000 OO 

1,500 OO 

1,000 OO 

1,000 OO 

1,500 OO 

5,000 OO 

5,000 OO 

4,000 OO 

4,000 OO 

3,000 OO 

1,000 OO 



Total, 



•#57-837 5° 



7~> 
TOWN DEBT. 

Amount of notes outstanding, . . . ^5 7,837 50 

Accrued interest to Feb. 1, 1890, . . 255 80 

Halance of interest due J. Nichols Temperance 

Fund, ....... 225 28 

Balance of interest due C. Sweetser Burial 

Lot Fund, ...... 227 38 

Balance of profits ('. Sweetser Lectures, 3 yrs. 

subject to order of Selectmen, 
Unexpended balance Heche Town Library, 
Outstanding Selectmen's Orders, . 

Total I )ebt, .... 

Less Ay ui able Assets. 

( ash balance in Treasury, .... $2,318 77 

Due from State for State Aid, 1889, . . 1,458 00 

Military Aid, 1S89, . •. 237 00 
" State and Military Aid, 

]au. 1S90, ..... 146 00 

Uncollected taxes of 1889, warrant, . . 12,866 55 

" 1888, " . . 5,670 80 



— — 

/3 


33 




96 


68 




906 


78 






$59,624 


75 






.. 



$22,697 12 



Net Debt, $36,927 63 

Comparison. 

Net debt as reported Mch. 12, 1889, . .$43,352 29 

" Feb. 8, 1890, . . 36,927 63 



«. 



Decrease in net debt, . . $6,424 66 

Total liabilities as reported Mch. 12, 1889, . $65,667 77 

Feb. 8, 1890, . 59,624 75 



Decrease in total debt, . . $6,043 02 

Loans outstanding as reported Mch. 12, '89, $63,998 34 

Feb. 8, 1890, 57,837 5° 



<< a a 



Decrease in Loans, . . . $6,160 84 



70 



STATE AID. 

Under the direction of the Selectmen, the Treasurer has paid to 
sundry individuals State Aid to the amount of $1,341.00. This sum 
is re-imbursed by the State. 



W'm. W. Bessey, $44 00 

Margaret E. Bladden, 4 00 

Mary B. Burditt, 44 00 

Augusta M. Chandler. 44 00 

Thomas W. Coombs. 44 00 

Peter Connell, 22 00 

John Davis, 33 00 

Annette Davis, 33 00 

James Dupar, 1 50 

Rodney Edroands, 66 00 

Mary Fay, 1 1 00 

O. N. (iammoib. 22 00 

Polly A. Gammons, 44 00 

Caroline Goodwin, 22 00 

Micah Heath. ^^ 00 

Sarah Heath, 33 00 

Harriet K. Hcwe 44 00 

Walter H olden, 66 00 

Justin Howard, 22 00 



N. C. Hunter. 
Ceo. H. Jackson, 
Lucinda Locke, 
Margaret Madden, 
James Miller, 
Elizabeth Moses. 
James ( )liver, 
Johanna ( )rpin. 
Martha A. Pillings. 
Win. D. Parker. 
Flora W. Parker, 
Christian E. Rahr, 
W. M.Ward, 
Lydia B. Ward, 
James Weary, 
Maria Welch, 
( ieo. 1 1. Wiley. 
Julia A. Wiley, 

Total, . 



#22 00 
66 00 

44 °° 
44 °o 
22 00 
44 00 

49 5° 

44 °o 

16 00 

44 00 

44 00 

12 00 

66 00 

44 00 

55 °° 

4 OO 
44 00 
44 00 

$1,341 00 



LIST OF TAX DEEDS HELD BY TREASURER FOR NON-PAYMENT 

OF TAXES. 



No. 


To whom Taxed. 


Tax of 


Date of Deed. 


Amount. 


100 


Owners unknown. Land on Oak St. 


1883. 


July 6, 1885. 


$7 78 


104 


Aurelius L. Brown, 


1885. 


• 13, 1887. 


8 95 


io 5 


James Devlin. 


1885. 


" 13, 1887. 


10 26 


106 


Ilenrv S. Adams, 


1886. 


" 23, 1888. 


4i 55 


107 


M. S. Southworth. 


1886. 


" 23, 1888. 


21 40 


10S 


Henry S. Adams, 


1887. 


" 13, 1889. 


43 90 


109 


Sarah W. Stevens, 


1887. 


" 13, 1889. 


37 33 


1 10 


M. S. Southworth, 


1887. 


" 13, 1889. 


22 53 



i i 



INTEREST ACCOUNT. 



Appropriatioo authorized, 

ul Brewster Cobb& Estabrook, 
Thomas J. Skinner, Trustee, 
imbridgeport Savings Bank, 
Lynn Institution for Saving 

uthbridge Sa\ ings Dank, . 
Wakefield Sa\ Ings Hank, 
Thomas Wmship, Tre« 
l upon inter* 
I )r. 1 1 m il Library Fund, 
Flint Memorial Fund, 
|. Nichols Temperance Fund, 
tser Burial Lol Fund, 

Total, 

Less Premium on Notes sold. 



$222 


Q 2 


276 


42 


614 


66 


275 


5° 


188 


89 


77 


45 


S3 


5° 


640 


00 


2 5 


00 



DO 



OO 



44 81 
8 os- 



$2482 20 

217 08 



$3300 oe 



Balance unexpended. 



S2265 12 

Si 034 88 



The Treasurer would recommend that the town appropriate the 
sum of S3000 for interest upon the Town Debt. In my last report 
I stated that the principal of the debt was so arranged and provided 
for by previous votes of the town, that it would be annually met by 
taxation without any further special appropriation therefor, but the 
action of the town, at the meeting held July 22 last, in rescinding 
certain votes relative to the debt, will necessitate some action by the 
town to provide for the payment of a portion of the debt maturing 
during the coming \ear. The portion requiring such provision is as 
follow 



The Hamilton School House Loan, 
Lark Loan, . 

Highway Loan (land near Depot) 



$1500 00 
1000 00 

!337 5° 



$3837 5 Q 



78 

These can be provided for in two ways ; either by a vote to raise 
and appropriate this amount at the annual meeting, or by a vote to 
refund the same. But in case of refunding in order to comply with 
the law, as I understand it, the loans for the Hamilton School House 
and the Park, should be made payable before the years 1893 and 1894 
respectively, and as we have similar portions of the debt maturing 
each year previous to those years, it is difficult to see the relief to be 
gained by transferring the payment from one year to another as was 
argued at the July meeting. The relief can be but temporary, and 
in point of fact we shall have a larger amount of the debt maturing 
in the years 1892 and 1893 * nan m tne present year. 

For these reasons I favor and would recommend to the town, 
that under the article to provide for the payment of the town debt, 
they raise and appropriate the sum of $3837 50 the present year. 
If the town decide otherwise, the other alternative is to refund under 
a later article which I have requested to be placed in the Warrant, 
and under which I shall be prepared to offer a motion. 

I base my views as herein stated upon Chapter 29 of the Public 
Statutes, particularly sections 8 and 14. I have also submitted the 
situation to the Tax Commissioner who sustains me in the position I 
have taken. 

My report as Treasurer of the lleebe Town Library will be found 
in connection with the Trustees' Report. 

Respectfully submitted. 

THOMAS J. SKINNER, 

Trea mrer. 
Wakefield, Mass.J Feb. 8th, 1890. 



79 



SELECTMEN'S REPORT. 



To the Citizens of Wake fir Id. 

In presenting the report of the work of the Selectmen for the 

ir we wish to congratulate you upon the prosperous condition of 
our town and the flattering outlook for its future growth and pros- 
perity. We sec on every side new buildings being erected not for 
speculative purposes alone but for actual settlement in our town, of 
people who are coming here from surrounding towns and cities to 
dwell and share with us the many natural advantages which our town 
DO B. They receiving the encouragement also from our public 

spirited and valued citizens who are ever ready to welcome the stran- 

i and friend. 

\ i small amount of money is being brought to our town and in- 
vested in real estate and in building numerous and commodious 
dwellings, and in the construction of new streets. A large outlay of 
money is being expended in substantial public buildings. In looking 
about it is easy to discover substantial evidences of contemplated 
new and fine buildings such as the Grand Army Memorial Hall, the 
new brick and stone depot and others, altogether largely increasing 

our taxable property. 

FINANCE. 

For the detailed account of the several departments of the town 
we respectfully refer to the reports of the various departments. For 
a summary of appropriations and expenditures for the year we refer 
to the Auditors' final balance sheet. For the statement of the town's 
liabilities and available assets we refer to the Treasurer's report. 

INSURANCE. 

A policy on the town house fixtures amounting to two thousand 
dollars expired in June last, and it being the only insurance on the 
fixtures we thought it best to have the same renewed. One policy 
on the town house for five thousand dollars expired in September 
and was not renewed, the town having voted to reduce the insurance 



80 



POIiCE. 

Mr. Charles E. Niles was re-appointed Chief of Police with a salary 
of six hundred dollars per year, he to devote his entire time to the 
duties pertaining to that office. ^Ye are well satisfied that the change 
in that direction has proved advantageous to the town. 'A much 
needed and suitable office was fitted up fur the accommodation of 
the department. Too much praise cannot be given him for his unre- 
mitting and very sut cessful prosecution and suppression of illegal 
liquor traffic and the consequent lessening of disorder and crime 
which is agreeably perceptible in our town. Messrs. Yannah and 
McFadden have been continued as night watch the past year who 
have rendered the same vigilant (are as in former years. 

CLAIMS. 

The suit of Mr. John Millerick against the town for damages said 
to have been received by him on account of defective condition of 
sidewalk on Crescent Street, came to atrial in court, and a verdict 

fen to the town. The suit brought against the town by Miss 1 1 attic 

1 ). M. Clark for injuries said to have been received from an alleged 

defect in the sidewalk on Elm street, was decided by jury in court, 

inst the town, and damages to the amount of (me thousand dollars 

was awarded her, but in consultation with the counsel for the town the 

ml decided it advisable to file exceptions to the ruling of the 

at. which exceptions are now pendii 

A suit is entered against the town by Mrs. Rebecca C. Arrington 
for the sum of five thousand dollars for injuries said to have been 
received on Mechanic street, caused by reason of an alleged defect 
in sidewalk. The Board has engaged counsel to appear in court and 
defend the town. It is expected the case will be reached at an early 
date. 

The Board received summons to appear in court and defend the 
town against Frank McGlory for damages claimed to have been re- 
ceived on account of defective condition of Railroad street at the 
Peoples' Ice Company's crossing. Notice has been served on the 
Peoples' Ice Company that the town holds them responsible for all 
damages and cost attending this suit. A communication has been 
received by the Board from Mrs. James I. Brown for a claim against 
the town for damages to her estate on Greenwood street caused by 
grading the same. 



81 



C 



Your Board finds the expense, as inquired for at last annual town 
meeting, for indexing the town records since its incorporation in 1812 
— seventy-eight years, will cost about one hundred and fifty dollars. 

The perambulation of the town lines of Wakefield, Saugus and 
Melrose have been attended to for the year 1S89, as required by law. 

The repairs on the town house have been thoroughly and well done. 
The slating, which was done by Mr. Gray of Stoneham, will remain 
good for a number of years. The frescoed ceiling in the main hall 

i touched up and >tains removed ; the upper hallways and stairways 
and walls tinted as also the Library, Reading Room and Court Room ; 
the woodwork varnished and a thorough cleaning up of the whole 
building ; in the ( 'ourt Room was put a large ventilating transom over 
the door. 

In the tall state election your Board had a new experience in meet- 
ing and providing for the new Australian system of election as 
enacted in Legislature in 1 888, and although not perfect in all its 
details we realized its success and general satisfaction, and recom- 
mend its adoption at future town meeting-. 

The boundary lines between the town and the first parish have 
been established according to the transfer of deeds by the last Board. 
The lease of town land on Church street to Mrs. Rebecca C. Arling- 
ton has been terminated. The vote of the town has been carried 
out as recommended by the Committee who reported a systematic 
plan of numbering houses in town. Printed copies of said plan may 
be found with the Town Clerk. Mr. Jacob C. Hartshorne was ap- 
pointed Superintendent of the Sweetser Lecture Course and he has 
performed the duties well and with marked success. 

Your Hoard received a petition from the Wakefield and Stoneham 
street railway company for a location of tracks through Albion street 
which was granted them. Mr. Justin Howard has been appointed 
Soldiers' Undertaker as (ailed for in Chapter 395 Acts and Resolves 
for the year 1889, he being acceptable to the Grand Army post of 
this town and a member of same. 

HIGHWAYS AND CRIDGKS. 

At the beginning of the municipal year we appointed one of the 
Board — Mr. George E. Ricker, temporarily Superintendent of Streets 
hoping to find some man of experience in road building, but failing 
to agree upon any one, we made the appointment of Mr. Ricker 
permanent. For detailed account of expenditures in that department 
we refer to the report of the Superintendent of Streets. 



82 



ELECTRIC LIGHTS. 

Early in the summer, application was made to the Board by the 
People's Electric Light and Power Company for permission to erect 
poles and string wires on same for the purpose of conveying electric 
current for electric lighting and power. A little later the Wakefield 
Electric Light and Power Company applied for like franchise, this 
Company having previously applied to the former Board of Selectmen 
who took no apparent action in the matter. A public hearing was 
given both companies. Before a discussion was reached, however, 
in favor of either company, the Citizens' Gas Light Company on 
receiving permission of the State Gas Commissioners to enter into 
the electric light business, then petitioned your Board for a similar 
franchise in the town, and after granting a public hearing in their 
behalf we took under consideration the merits of the three compa- 
nies. Application by three out of town companies had also been 
received for the same privilege, but no action was taken in their 
behalf, feeling that home companies should have the preference. A 
definite conclusion was difficult of attainment by the Board owing in 
part to a very pronounced feeling in the community against electric 
lighting in our town. A strong sentiment among some of our best 
citizens against taking final action in the matter at present, has been 
urged upon individual members of the Board. We feel that there 
has been nothing lost to the town by making haste slowly. Improve- 
ments certainly have been made in the meantime and prices for same 
materially lessened. 

All of which is respectfully submitted, 

HENRY H. SAVAGE, 
GEO. E. RICKER, 
J. WALLACE GRACE, 

Selectmen. 



Wakefield, Feb. 12, 1890. 



83 



REPORT OF STJPT. OF STREETS. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

The Superintendent of Streets herewith submits the following 
report : 

At the annual meeting the sum of $6,000 was appropriated for 
general work, with two special appropriations, $500 for Prospect 
street and $500 for Greenwood street. Ai additional appropriation 
was voted at the fall meeting of $1,000 for general work, $800 for 
Summit avenue, $300 for Myrtle avenue, and $300 for draining the 
sa-called Foundry district, making a total of $9,400 which is an in- 
crease of $1,000 on general, and $1,800 on special work, over last 

ir. 

Work on the streets was commenced April 10, and ended Dec. 24, 
covering a period of 220 working days, out of which the department 
worked about 180 days. 

The Superintendent received $3 per day for his services, and $2 for 

his horse. Laborers, with the exception of C. H. Hart who received 

$2.25, were paid $2 per day until Nov. 1, when they received $1.75 
per day. A man and horse received $4 per day, until July 19, after 

which they received $3.50 per day. 

The amount paid each person for material, etc., will be found in 
the financial report. 

As a large part of the work on a number of the streets was done 
somewhat connectedly, it is rather difficult to give the exact amount 
expended on each street. 

We give below the amount as near as could be estimated on gene 
ral work per pay roll : 

Lawrence St., macadamizing, $901.88, removing soil, 

*355-3 2 > .... 

Crescent and W 7 ater streets, . 
Summer street and Birch Hill avenue, 
Crescent Court, .... 
Lincoln and Smith streets, 
Church and Railroad street drain, . 
Albion street, .... 



$1,257 20 
^3 25 
47o 37 
4i5 25 
345 5° 
*75 5i 
75 o° 



84: 



Orchard street, 

Main street, Junction, . 

Cordis street, 

Richardson street sidewalk, . 

Crescent street sidewalk, 

Lowell street sidewalk, . 

Valley street sidewalk, . 

Water street sidewalk, . 

Lawrence street sidewalk. 

Sweetser street sidewalk, 

Melvin street, 

Richardson street, 

Gravel taken from (i. A. R. cellar. 

Road machine, scraping and cleani 

Cutting grass and bushes, 

Repairing railing 

Repairing Sidewalks for Concrete work, . 






FOR IJUJOR AS PER PAY ROI.1-. 



Kicker Geo. I 
Brennan Dennis, 
Hart C. H., 
Neiss Fred, 
Heath Frank, 
Haverty Thomas, 
Donahue John, 
Horgan Mike, 
Vfears Geo., 
Madden M.. 
Toomey John, 
O'NeilJohn, 
Richardson I). P., 
O'Connell Mike, 
Welch Wm., 
O'Connell John, 
Young Andrew, 
Mahoney Dennis, 
Hanley Thomas, 
Reagan James, 
Flynn Thomas, 
Glynn Martin, 
Flynn John, 
Farrington Pat, 
Shannahan D. E., 
Goldsmith Asa, 
Whelan Dan. 



^474-75 


Nichols Kverett, 


341-94 


Fee John, 


3<>9-i3 


Connor Mike, 


304.69 


Brady Prank, 


259.94 


Nichols Warren, 


25 2 -77 


Sullivan Thomas, 


211.58 


Lyons John, 


1 78.26 


( )!iver Henry N., 


169.88 


Donahue Pat, 


^S-S 1 


Barrett Wm., 


M7-75 


O'Neil Wm., 


146.58 


Mooney James, 


146.00 


Oliver Wm., 


M4-53 


Callahan Mike, 


138.17 


Murphy J ere., 


124.14 


Parker S., 


120.97 


Crowley Wm., 


115-5° 


Arrington W. C, 


109.82 


Muse Pat, 


108.01 


Conway Wm., 


107.81 


Curran John, 


97.76 


Weary James, 


94.04 


Hoyt Frank P., 


9 2 -33 


Loyeoe A., 


78.14 


Mansfield A. A., 


73-5° 


Lunt Francis, 


7i-5° 


Connell Geo. F., 



*4i 25 

100 00 

200 00 

167 50 

41 00 

50 00 

40 00 

30 00 

63 00 

17 00 

100 00 

50 00 

55° °° 
1,000 00 

105 00 

28 00 

60 00 



567.88 
64.25 
6r.o8 
60.59 
60.00 
57.OO 

55-75 
54.00 

52.58 

47-5° 
47.00 

46.00 

44-5° 
41.00 

39.00 

38.65 
32.00 
29.76 
29.03 
28.00 
28.00 
27.50 
25.87 

25-52 
24.50 

24.08 
23-63 



85 



Hickey Thomas, 
I Donahue Martin, 
Mansfield A. L.. 
O'Neil Mike, 
Rjckertson I'.. 
( !onnell Tim, 
Mel Donald A., 
Ahem John, 
Foley Mike. 
Splain Thoma 
Killoran George, 
Killoran James, 
Biggs John, 
( !asey Peter, 
( larter [ami 



$1 I.OO 


Sullivan Tim, 


$■ 1 0.00 


20.63 


Winslow H. V, 


8.00 


19.25 


Butler Wm., 


8.00 


19.00 


Kennev Pat 2d, 


6.00 


19.00 


Campbell John, 


6.00 


17-5° 


Quinn Peter, 


6.00 


16.00 


Cloudman Chas., 


6.00 


16.00 


Kelly John, 


6.00 


16.00 


1 )unn. 


4.00 


14.50 


Wright D. C, 


2.00 


14.19 


O'Conner P., 


2.00 


14.00 


Graham David. 


2.00 


14.00 
I 2.00 
12.00 


Rayner John, 


1.50 




$6,02^.24 



FOR rEAMS AS PER PAY ROLLS. 



$304.50 


I [oyt Frank P., 


$25.88 


1 2 2.67 


Mansfield A. A., 


24.50 


169.88 


Connell Geo. F., 


23.62 


l6l. 91 


Killoran (ieo. W., 


19.56 


147-75 


Lunt Francis, 


18.10 


M3.57 


Johnson Mrs., 


14.00 


112.38 


Winslow H. N., 


9.00 


10S.00 


Cloudman Chas., 


6.00 


94.01 


( )'Connell John, 


3-5° 


67.87 


Wright D. C , 


2.00 


64.25 
55-5° 


O'Connor P., 


2.00 






50.00 




$1,881.20 


30-75 







Kicker ( leo. 1 
Voung Andrew. 

Meai 1 >.. 
OVonnell Mike. 

[ohn, 
Hart C. II., 
Welch Wm., 
Oliver N. H.. 
Flynn John. 
Nichols Everett, 
Lee John, 
Strong Wm. G., 
Nichols Warren. 
Mansfield A. 1... 



Smaller sums were expended in repairing streets in various parts of 
the town. All of the streets with one or two exceptions were scraped 
with the road machine. Culverts were cleaned out and gutters and 
sidewalks repaired. 

Cordis street was found to be in a very bad condition and required 
considerable work, also some parts of Main, Vernon, Farm and Low- 
ell streets. 

The street scrapings were used to widen Water street, and build a 
sidewalk on Lowell street, besides repairing numerous other sidewalks 
in different parts of the town. 

Owing to the heavy rains of the past season causing so many wash- 
outs, much extra labor was required to repair the same, especially on 
Main, Albion, Richardson and Melvin streets. 



86 

Melvin street had to be graded all the way down on the north side 
and about half way down on the south. 'Richardson street and 
Albion street at the junction with Broadway also had to be graded in 
order to make them safe. 

Crescent Court, a new street having no special appropriation, had 
to be built from the general fund. The formation of the street being 
of clay necessitated its removal. A road bed of stone was then laid 
and the street graded. Crescent street to Water and Water to the 
railroad crossing were also graded at the same time. 

The road bed of Lawrence street was found to be in the same 
condition as Crescent Court, and required the removal of about 2,000 
loads of clay, which was used to widen Main street at Lakeside. 
The street was then macadamized, and is now one of the best in 
town. This street was expensive owing to the fact that the material 
had to be brought from the stone crusher pit. which is quite a dis- 
tance. 

Smith and Lincoln streets, around the Town Hall were graded 
which was a much needed improvement. Hirch Hill avenue and 
part of Summer street were rebuilt, Birch Hill avenue being cut 
down, and a new road bed of stone laid on Summer street and the 
whole graded. 

By order of the Board ol Health a drain was laid on Railroad 
street at the junction of Church street, and a sand catcher put in. 

Albion street has been graded from the Catholic Church up to 
Cedar street, with gravel delivered by Mr. George W. Killoran at a 
< ost of 23 cents per load. 

Broadway was graded from the pumping station to the railroad 
crossing with gravel delivered by X. H. Dow at 25 cents per load the 
work on the last two named streets being especially needed. 

The gravel taken from the G. A. R. cellar was used in grading 
West Water street, Foundry street and repairing Main street at Lake- 
side. Sidewalks were also built on West Water street and Main 
street at Lakeside with gravel from the same cellar. 

A new bridge has been built at Greenwood over the B. & M. rail- 
road by Clark & Lee, contractors, for the sum of $145. 

Bushes and grass have been cut and railings replaced on streets 
where needed. 

Greenwood street, Prospect street, Summit avenue, Myrtle avenue 
and the Foundry district all had special appropriations and for item- 
ized account see financial report. 



87 

Greenwood street, as per contract, .... $450 00 
Myrtle avenue, as per pay roll, ..... 275 75 

Summit avenue, as per pay roll,. ..... 740 43 

Prospect street, per pay roll, ...... 489 13 

lindry district, culverts as per pay roll, . . . 240 39 

Greenwood strut was rebuilt by contract by Mr. Michael O'Con- 
nelL All other spe< ial work has been clone by the Superintendent. 
The work of raising and 1 leaning the culverts on Broadway, Railroad, 
Main and Water streets has been done and the B. & M. R. R. Co. 
have widened and repaired the culvert on Water street under their 
trark It is now our opinion that if the water course is properly 
cleared the long-standing trouble will be remedied. 

CONCRETE. 

At the annual meeting the sum of $500 was voted for concrete 
work. The contract was awarded to W, B, Ellis of Melrose for 37c. 
per yd. for sidewalks and gutters and 50c. per yd. for crossings. The 
expenditure ha*> exceeded the appropriation (see financial report.) 
\s a new sidewalk was needed on Crescent street the old one being 
too low. and new crossings were laid at the Hamilton school building, 

•lid and Greenwood streets and some sidewalks repaired, all this 
was a work of necessity of which the town had to bear the entire 
expense. 

It was our intention to work the stone crusher but at the first of 
the season we did not succeed in obtaining a man who understood 
working the steam drill, and later on as we found stone enough at the 

tone crusher pit ' already broken, to build the road-bed on Law- 
rence street and Crescent court, and also had the gravel from the 

pot, G. A. R. and Catholic Church cellars to use, and being under 
extra exoense owing to the heavy rains of the season we found our 
appropriation overdrawn. So the stone crusher was allowed to sleep, 
but should be awakened, for in all probability the town will not be as 
fortunate in obtaining such a supply of good gravel as we have had 
this year. And we hope that the town will appropriate a sufficient 
sum at the annual meeting to enable the crusher to be worked and 
the crushed stone to be placed upon our streets in localities where 
most needed, particulary on Main street. 

Railroad street from Church street to the gas house is in a deplora- 
ble condition and needs attention at once, and that section of Lowell 
street near the Lake is in much the same state ; also Vernon street 



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should receive some attention ; and New Salem street and Main street 
from the bridge to S. \Y. Flint's in Greenwood should be graded anew. 
Concrete or paved gutters are needed on Prospect street, and with 
our limited experience we would recommend a paved gutter on a 
steep grade as the water very soon works under the concrete and 
destroys it. 

Provision should be made for draining Elm street and there are- 
also many concrete sidewalks in the centre of the town that need 
top-dressing. A word of explanation may be needed in regard to 
Summit avenue. We expended as per pay roll, $740.43. The bal- 
ance of the sum voted was expended for drain pipe, blacksmith work 
and tools but as we used about $40 worth of dynamite from the stone 
crusher, the appropriation did not suffer by the money that was spent 
for tools. As the town has expended nearly $1,900 for teams it might 
be well for them to consider the advantage of owning their own 
teams in the near future. Below we give a list of tools on hand 
belonging to the Highway Department: 

Five setts drills 4 drills each. 1 hoe, 14 picks, 1 potato hoe, 2 grub 
hoes. 1 rake, 7 crowbars. 2 shovels, 2 striking hammers, 1 axe, 3 stone 
hammers, 175 steel tape, 2 lanterns, 1 stone drag. (For an account 
of soil sold see financial report.) 

In closing these remarks although aware of some errors we believe 
that most of the work has been well done and the men with few 

eptions have given a fair day's work for a day's pay. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEO. E. RICKER, 

Supt of Streets. 



89 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES 



OF THE 



BEEBE TOWN LIBRARY. 



The Trustees herewith present the 34th Annual Report of the 
Beehe Town Library and Public Reading Room. 

Under the new law regulating the number, method of election, 
and term of service of Trustees of Public Libraries, accepted by 
the town last year, the Hoard was necessarily reduced in size, 
but we think the welfare of the Library has not suffered thereby, 
•S, with the exception of a few members, the duties have always 

s 

been chiefly supervisory. The plan of electing but three mem- 
bers annually and those for a term of three years, ensures at all 
times the presence of some who are experienced in the work and 
wants of the institution. 

During the year the Town Treasurer, Mr. Skinner, in accord- 
ance with the provisions of the law, has acted as our Treasurei, 
and the Trustees take this opportunity to express their entire sat- 
isfaction with his services, as well as their thanks for the same, 
it being an addition to his former labors and without any accom- 
panying compensation. 

The terms of office for which Messrs. Waterman, Mitchell and 
Rogers were elected having expired, it devolves upon the town to 
elect by ballot three new members to serve for three years each. 

FUNDS. 

The endowments of the Library are as follows : 

The Ilurd Fund of $2500, a bequest of the late Dr. Hurd, is 
invested in a loan to the town at 4 per cent. 

The Flint Fund of" $1000, a gift of our well-wisher, Mrs. Har- 
riet X. Flint — would that there were more like her — is also 
in the possession of the town, and draws 6 per cent, income. 

The Wakefield Fund of $500, a legacy from the late Cyrus 
Wakefield, is on deposit in the Savings Bank at 4 per cent, 
interest. 



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Our total annual income, therefore, from our vested funds is 
but $iSo, a small amount in comparison with the liberal endow- 
ments of some of our sister libraries. However, there's a silver 
lining to every cloud, and, while yearning for further benefactions, 
the Trustees note with twinkling eves the increasing' number of 
dogs in our town, well knowing that each new resident puppy, 
on arriving at the dignity which three months age imparts, will 
serve to swell the Library's revenue. 

USING THE LIBRARY FOR REFERENCE. 

The Trustees earnestly recommend to the citizens of the town 
that those books in the Library which may properly be termed 
books for reference, be more frequently consulted than heretofore. 

The Library is open on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, 
during which time the Reading Room is not crowded but affords 
ample accommodations for any having occasion to consult books, 
which, from being cumbersome or starred cannot readily be 
taken home. 

Teachers having special topics to prepare on, scholars having 
compositions to write, and others having various kinds of literary 
work to do, can all find numbers of works in the Library which 
will help them, and they will ever find our Librarian not only 
willing to assist, but of great service in telling them what books to 
consult. Catalogues are always to be found on the Reading 
Room tables. We buv our books for use, not ornament, and are 
disappointed when we find them unappreciated. 

BOOK-. 

We come now to the books, by far the most important topic. 
In making their selection of new books the Trustees have endeav- 
ored to use their best judgment in trying to cover as large a range 
of subjects as their appropriation and funds would warrant. They 
are well aware that if the purchasing could be done by those not 
hampered bv lack of time, as well as by those who have been able to 
pursue a much more general course of reading than the Trustees, 
the Library would be materially benefited. We have, however, 
made the best use of our time and talents we think. 

The books are selected monthly by the chairman of the Book 
Committee, and voted upon at their meeting occurring upon the 
first Monday of each month, previous to which the several mem- 



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bera of the Committee have an opportunity to examine them. The 
Chairman frequently has names of books desired by readers hand- 
ed to him, and their requests, if not unreasonable, have generally 
been complied with. 

Among the more important additions we call attention to the 



following : ( )n 



ARCHITECTURE. 



t !onvenient I louses . 
Ventilation and 1 [eating:, 



ART AND INDUSTRY 



History of French Painting, 
Bench Work in Wood) 
Industrial Progress ofthe Nation, 

The American Railway, . 



ATHLETICS. 



I Iomc Gymnastics, . 
Athletics and Football, 



Gibson. 
Billings. 



. Stranahan. 

Goss. 

. Atkinson. 

Clark. 



.Angerstein. 

. Shearman. 



BIOGRAPHY. 

John Randolph, ..... 

John Sevier, the Commonwealth Builder, . 

John Lothrop Motley, 2 vols 

( rouvernour Morris, ..... 

Savanarola, 2 vols., ...... 

George Washington, 2 vols., . 

Louisa M. Alcott, 

Cardinal Wolsey, ..... 

Frederick the Great. .... 

DISCOVERY AND RESEARCH. 

Norumbega 

The Ice Age, 

The Viking Age, 2 vols., .... 



Adams. 

Gilmore. 

Curtis. 

Morris. 

Villari. 

Lodge. 

Creiffhton. 



Brackcnbu 



ry. 



. Horsford. 

Wright. 

.Du Chaillu. 



ENCYCLOPEDIAS. 



Britannica, 24 vols. 
Industrial Cyclopedia, 



. Blakeslee. 



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FICTION. 

Annie Kilburn. ...... 

Sant Uario, ...... 

Greifenstcin. ...... 

The Open Door, ..... 

Passe Rose, .".... 

Micah Clarke, I lis Statement, 

Children of Gibeon. ..... 

Monks of Thelema, ..... 

Metzerodt, Shoemaker. 

A Hardy Norseman, ..... 

Son of a Star, ...... 

Reproach of Annesley, .... 

Two Chiefs of Dunboy, .... 

Two Coronets, ...... 

GEOLOGY. 
The Earth and its Inhabitants, 
Aspects of the Earth. . .... 

HISTORY. 

Moorish Conquest of Spain, 2 vols.. 
History of New England, 4 vols., 
^innings of New England, 

Constitutional History of the United States, 
The Three Germanvs, 2 vols.. 
The Winning of the West, 2 vols., 
The Indian Mutiny, 5 vols., 
Reconstruction of Europe, .... 

LITERATUR] 

English Writers, 4 vols.. ...... 

Half-hours with the Best Humorous Authors, j vols., 
The World's Best Books, ...... 



Howellsi 

. Crawford. 

. Crawford. 

Howard. 

Hardy. 

Doyle. 

Besant. 

Besant and Rice. 



Lyell. 

Richardson. 

Grey. 

Fronde. 

Tinker. 

Keclus. 
Shaler. 

Coppee. 

Palfrej . 

Fiskc. 

Von Hoist. 

Fa\ . 

Roosevelt. 

Kaye. 

Murdock. 

Morley. 

Morris. 

Parsons. 



Library of American Literature, 10 vols.. Stedman & Hutchinson. 



MEMOIRS. 



Diary of Philip Hone. 
Journal of a Young Artist. . 
James G. Birnev and his Times. 
Recollections of Mississippi. 
Father Da mien. . 



Tuckerman. 

Bashkirtseff. 

Birnev. 

Davis. 

Clifford. 



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\ \ 1 IKAI. HISTORY. 

Natural History of Selborne, 

Across Lots, ...... 

Walks Abroad by Two Young Naturalists, 
Up and Down the Brooks, . 
Riverside Natural History, 6 vols., 
Three Cruises of the Blake, 2 vols., 



White. 

Lunt. 

Beaugrand. 

Bamford. 

Kingsley. 

Aerassiz. 



ORATORY. 

Gov. Bullock's Speeches. Rufus Choate's Speeches. 

Speaker's (*arland, 8 vols. 
POETRY. 
American War Ballads, 

Pipes () Pan at Zekesbury, 
Asolando, ...... 

In the ( rarden of I )reams, . 
Demeter, ...... 

Poems, ...... 



Eggleston. 

Riley. 
Browning. 

Moulton. 
Tennyson. 

Goldsmith. 



POLl I'liAI. E< « >NOMY 

Profit Sharing, ..... 

1 1 (-operative Savings,] 

Money, ...... 

Recent Economic Changes, 

TREES. 

Trees and Shrubs of Mass.. .... 

TRAVEL. 

Last Voyage of Lady Brassey. 
Emin Pasha in Central Africa. 
Thousand Miles on an Elephant in the Shan States. 
Travels in Atlas and Morocco, .... 

Untrodden Peaks. ...... 

Race with the Sun, ...... 

aong the Cannibals, ..... 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Social Customs, ....... 

Party Giving on Every Scale. 

South and West, ....... 

Homes of Our Forefathers, ..... 

A Yankee in King Arthur's Court, 



Gilman. 

Dexter. 

Piatt. 
Wells. 

Emerson. 



Hallett. 

Thomson. 

Edwards. 

Harrison. 
Lumholtz. 

Hall. 

Warner. 

Whitefield. 

Clemens. 



94 

In addition to the foregoing our' young readers have been sup- 
plied with a host of good books, in accordance with the views of 
the Trustees expressed in their last report, all of which will ap- 
pear with many others, on the pages of the forthcoming Bulletin, 
supplied to readers by the Librarian at a cost of five cents each. 

READING ROOM. 

This institution has been maintained during the year within the 
limits of the appropriation granted, and has, judging from ap- 
pearances, afforded much satisfaction to those who are nightly 
found at its tables. The attendance and order has been uniformly 
good and no complaints have been preferred. Very much, how- 
ever can be done by way of improvement, and the Trustees hope 
to see their way clear towards this ere long. 

APPROPRIATIONS. 

The Trustees recommend that the town appropriate $400 and 
the proceeds of the Dog Tax for the Library, and for the Public 
Reading Room $175. 

For the Trustees, 

WILLIAM E. ROGERS, SeSy. 



9;: 



ORGANIZATION OF TRUSTEES. 



Chairman i ...... Sam'l K. Hamilton. 

Treasurer, ...... Thomas J. Skinner. 

Secretary, ...... William E. Rogers. 



COMMITTEE ON LIBRARY. 

Thomas Winship, Junius Beebe, 

George E. Dunbar. 



COMMITTEE ON FINANC I • 



Solon O. Richardson, Thomas Kernan, 

Sam'l K. Hamilton. 



( I >MMITTEE ON HOOKv 



William E. Roger-. Sam'l K. Hamilton, 

Otis V. Waterman, Thomas Winship, 

Reuben II. Mitchell. 



COMMITTEE ON CATALOGUE. 



Reuben II. Mitchell, Geo. E. Dunbar, 



William E. Rogers. 



COMMITTEE ON READING ROOM. 



Otis V. Waterman, Thomas Kernan, 

William E. Rogers, Solon O. Richardson, 

Junius Beebe. 

LIBRARIAN. 

Harriet A. Shephard. 

ASSISTANTS. 

Mabelle W. Newman, Forrest Mitchell. 

JANITOR OF READING ROOM. 

Henry C Hall. 



96 



LIBRARIAN'S REPORT. 



Number of volumes in the Library March i; 1SS9, 
Added by purchase during the year, . 

fc ' to replace worn out volumes, 

donation, ...... 

u Magazines hound from Reading Room, 



Volumes worn out during the year, . 

Total number of volumes in the Library, February 

1 , 1890, . . . 



9«55 s> 

374 
61 

J 5 

28 

10,036 
39 



9-997 



/ olutnes added in various classes as follows 

1 27 Natural I [i story, 

27 Scientific, 

28 Social and Domestic, 
37 Political Kcouoim . 
28 Poetry, . 
iS Encyclopedias, 
30 Miscellaneous, . . 1^ 
10 Public Documents, . 1 1 

/ olumes. Donations from I olumes. 

E. A. Moseley, Esq., 1 

Mi^s M. B. Meiiiam, 1 



Fiction, 

Juvenile, 

Magazines, 

History, 

Biography , 

Travels, 

Literature, 

Moral and Religious, 

Dona/ions from 

{ nited States, 

State of Massachusetts, 

Hon. (). B. Potter, 

S. W. Abbott, M. I)., 



16. 

S 

•3 
16 

S 

( vols.) 25 



7 

4 

1 

1 



'5 



Pamphlets received from various sources, ... j^ 

Boston Public Library Bulletins, .... 2 

Persons having signed Application Cards to March 

1, 1S89. ....... 1 .98 1 

Persons having signed from March 1, 1 889 to Febru- 
ary 1 . 1890. ...... 256 

Total number of Cards issued, . . . 2,237 

Number of hooks delivered during the year, . . 195623 

Number of books delivered in March, 1889, . . 2,684 

Largest number delivered in one day. .... 390 

Number of volumes replaced, ..... 61 

" rebound, ..... 125. 

HARRIET A. SHEPARD, Librarian. 
Wakefield, February 1, 1890. 



Thos. J. Skinner, Treas. in Acer, with Beebe Town Library. 

DR. 

To Balance unexpended from lust year. .... $54 00 

Annual Appropriation, ...... 400 00 

Dog-tax for t<S88, . . . . . . . 667 78 

Interest from Dr. Hunl Fund from March 1, '89 to 

June 1. '89, ...... 250° 

Interest from C. Wakefield Fund to June 1, '89, . 1 67 

upon interest. Dr. Hurd Fund, 6 mos. to Dec. 1, '89, 50 00 

C. Wakefield Fund, 6 mos. to " " 10 00 

Interest on Flint Memorial Fund, 11 mos. to Feb. i,'qo, 55 00 

Harriet A. Shepard, Librarian, fines, cards, &c, . . 28 18 

" 30 Catalogues at 25c, . 7 50 



.. 



CR. 

By Mrs. Harriet A. Shepard. salary, 11 mos. to 



W. B. Clarke & Co., 
Little, Brown & ( <>.. 
V J. Bartlett & Co.. 
Houghton, Mifflin &: Co.. 
Cupples & Hurd, 
Kstes & Lauriat, 
C. L. Webster & ( !o., 
(i. H. Walker & Co., 
Balch Bn>>.. 
(i. C. Van Horrenbem. 
Theodore Eaton, 
I ). A. Morse. 



Books, 



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.. 



.. 



n 



.. 



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a 



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P. I). Weston, repairs of Books, . 
Greenough, Hopkins & dishing, Stationery 
Y. H. Hall & Co., Paper, . 
I\ II. Smith. Typewriter, . 
Chester W. Baton, 500 copies of Bulletin. 

30,000 slips, 
" advertising, . 
(.. E. Dunbar, Printing, 
EL H. Mitchell, Repairs, . 
Harriet A. Shepard, extra labor on Bulletin 

" " •• supplies, &c, 

Expressing, ..... 

Total expended, 
Balance unexpended, 







$ 


1,299 J 3 


Feb. 1, ' 


90, 




S412 50 


• $177 


86 






162 


18 






72 


06 






41 


00 






32 


l S 






16 


02 






27 


00 






T 5 


00 






5 


00 






4 


00 






3 


5° 






60 


00 




615 77 






. 






25 00 


, &c, 






4 40 
8 64 

35 °° 
40 00 

15 00 

2 65 

2 25 

20 94 

11 25 

7 05 






$ 


2 00 




1,202 45 








96 68 



$1,299 I 3 



Thos. J. Skinner, Treas. in Acct. with Public Reading Room. 

DR. 
To Annual Appropriation. . . . . . . $175 oo 



$175 00 
CR. 

By Chas. A. Cheney, for sundry periodicals, . . . $145 15 

Horace A. Brooks, binding and repairs, . . . 15 45 

A. W. Brownell, P. O. Box 1 yr. to April 1, 1S90, . 2 00 



Total expended, . . . . . Si 62 60 
Balance unexpended, . . . . 1 2 40 

$175 00 



97 



AUDITORS' REPORT. 



APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1889-90. 

lute rest on Town I >ebt, 
Pay men I of 4k 

Support of Schools, . 
School ( 'on t indent Fund. . 

Text-books and Supplies, 
Poor 1 department, . . • 

Fire •* ... 

Town House Expenses, 

Repairs, 
Street Lamps, .... 
Salaries of Town ( ttficers, 
Police Department, . 
Night Watch, .... 
Miscellaneous, ($l.">oo voted Nov. 5) 
Highways and Bridges, ($1000 voted Nov. 5) 
( !oncrete Sidewalks, 

Rental of Hydrants, ($75 voted Nov. 5) 
Memorial Day, .... 

Efoebe Town Library, (dog lax 1888, $676*. 78) 
Public Reading Room, 
Common and Park Expenses, 
( long for East Ward, 
Hose for Volunteer Hose Co., 
Supt. of Fire Alarm, 
Clerk of School Committee, 
Greenwood and Spring Streets, 
Prospect Street, 

Summit Avenue, (voted Xov. 5) 
Mvrtlc " " " 

Drainage, Foundry Dictrict, (voted Xov. 5) 
Fish Committee, (the receipts) 



Total, 



$o,i!75 voted Xov. 5th. 



. $3,300 00 


. 4,ooo 


00 


. 18,200 


00 


. 1,300 


00 


. 1,400 


',10 


. 5,000 


00 


. 3,ooo 


00 


. 1,600 


oo 


. l,2oo 


00 


. 2,loo 


00 


. 2.550 


00 


. 1,000 


00 


. 1,800 


00 


. 4,500 


no 


. 7,000 


00 


500 


00 


. 3,920 


00 


200 


00 


400 


00 


175 


00 


450 


00 


85 


00 


330 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


500 


00 


500 


00 


800 


00 


300 


00 


300 


00 


88 


^ 


. $66,048 


8$ 



1)8 



SUPPORT OF SCHOOLS, 

April 1st, Appropriation authorized, 
Expended as follows : 

teachers' salaries. 

Pay rolls from March 1 to Feh'y 1, . 

janitors' services. 

William 1 1 v. Wiley, High School, to March 1, 
Hiram P. Hill, Franklin & Hamilton, " 44 
George E. Gamage, Centre, 44 44 

[sane F. Sheldon, South Ward, 2 yrs, 44 " 
Win. W. Bessey, West Ward, 1 month, . 
N. Martin Eaton, West Ward, to March 1, 

44 " 44 Hamilton 2 mos., 

B. F. Shedd, North Ward, 
Chas Drurv, East Ward, 
Flunk Murphy, Little World, 



$ks,200 00 



$14,030 00 



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. . . . 



$200 


25 


195 


00 


202 


50 


152 


00 


<s 


00 


02 


00 


30 


00 


36 


00 


36 


oo 


36 


00 


8963 


75 



4 C 



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EC EL ACCOUNT. 

Denis (ireany, 188 tons egg & furnace coal, at 
%>o • »/' ' , • • • • • 

A. A. Mansfield, 1-10 tons coal at $0.25, 

44 5 tons, 550 lbs coal at $0.50, 
Wakefield Coal Co., 2 tons coal at $0.75, 

44 4 " " at $0.50. . 
44 1 cord pine and oak, 
P. E. Cox, 5 1-2 cord pine at $4.50, 
2 cords oak at $5.50, 

sawing and splitting wood, 
Moses G. Hobson. 
Wm. Hy. Wiley, 
Geo. E. Gamage, 
N. Martin Eaton, 

B. F. Shedd, 
Sam'l Conant, 



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$1,109 20 
38 12 
34 28 
13 50 
20 00 

50 
29 25 
11 00 

75 
7 55 
4 50 
3 50 
3 50 
2 00 

1 25 



1,290 !M> 



99 



MILITARY EXPENSES. 



Philip J. Flanders, Drill Master, 
Sylvester Borditt, opening armory 38 times 
at 75 cts., . 



$4 00 

28 50 

$32 50 



Recapitulation 



Teachers' Salaries, . 
Janitors' Services, 
Fuel Account, 
Military Expenses, . 



Total, 

Balance unexpended, 



. $14,030 00 

963 75 

. 1,2 90 90 

32 50 

. $16,317 15 

. 1,882 85 

$18,200 00 



SCHOOL CONTINGENT FUND. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, . . \ 

Tuition fees, ....... 

State School Fund, ...... 

Refunded by A. L. Marshall, .... 

Total, ..... 

Expended as follows, 

S.F. Littlefield & Co. h'dware, pluinb'g, repairs 
(i. II. Taylor, pluinb'g, funnel, pump, " 
F. I. Purrington, carpenter work & rep'rs, '88, 

* 4 " bldi; graduation sta^e, 

Geo. H. Teague, locks, keys & repairs, 

'• " picture moulding & book cases 

A. L. Marshall, window shades, High School, 
A. (i. Baxter, pa[)ering ceilings, 
I). P. Uolfe, painting walls 
J. 1>. Wiley, mason work, 

blackboards, .... 
Andrew* Mfg Co., blackboard material, 400 lbs 

• fc hyloplatc 3x10, . 

Ja*. II. Roe, slating High & Hamilton, 
Wakefield Water Co., rates 1 yr. to June 1, 



>1,300 


00 


65 


00 


55 


48 


1 


88 



,422 36 



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4 i 



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91 85 

22 00 

59 52 
8 04 

23 85 
45 76 
90 20 

60 00 
37 00 
18 35 
53 33 
30 00 

5 34 

^8 15 

120 00 



100 



AW W. Bessey, taking census children 5 to 15, 

44 44 setting glass, etc., 

I. F. Sheldon, 
Chas. Drury, 
O. N. Gammons, 



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( » 



Sidney Merchant, 

Win. 11 v. Wiley, repairs and labor, . 

44 44 oil and oiling floor, . 

II. P. Hill, " 44 Hamilton, 

Cutler Bros., 10 galls oil, 
(ieo. E. Gam age, setting glass, rep'rs, supplies 
John Flanlev, 2 office chairs, Hamilton, 

" window shades and repairs, 
S. L. White, repairing piano, . 

E. B. Nye, tuning 2 piano-. 
Roger Howard, carpenter work, 

Dinsmore & Bracket t, cellar window frames and 
sashes, ...... 

L. S. Bartlett, setting 2 wjndow frames & sashes 
A. H. Thayer, expressing do. do. 
44 " ink and postage, 

44 44 locks and keys repairing. 

Vale & Towne Mfg Co., locks and keys, . 
Wakefield Rattan Co., 2 mats, 16x30, 
Citizens' (ias Light Co., 10,400 ft. gas, at$2.25 
A. W. Brownell. 17."> 2-ct. envelope-. 

F. W . Young-, advtg fuel proposals, . 
C. W. Eaton, " «• " 

2,000 report cards & envelopes, 
1,200 graduation programs, 
GOO 4-1). folders and envelopes, 
100 school manuals, . 
50 examination schedules, . 
Wright & Potter, Ptg. Co., 150 certificates, 
Geo. E. Dunbar, 1,300 graduation ticket-. 
Am. Bank Note Co., 20 44 diplomas, 

Sam. Ward Co., filling out diplomas, 
J. W. Poland & Co., ribbon for graduation, 
II. C. Hall, extra work, graduation, . 
Harriet A. Shepard, copying exm'n papers, 
Overseers of Poor, fencing Little World. . 
Russell Seaver, fencing South Ward, 
Lydia rerk'uls, painting division fence, 






4 4 
I 4 
4 4 



30 


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o 


75 


1 


20 


1 


80 


2 


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8 


75 


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17 


96 


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11 


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23 


80 


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15 


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33 


3 


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2 




2 


85 


12 


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10 


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11 


05 


7 


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3 


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3 


75 


2 


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10 


00 


8 


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1 


70 


G 


00 


3 


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22 


88 


15 


51 





15 



10! 



Mnrss & VVh}'te, one sand screen, 
Lucas cSc Lee, clock, South Ward, 
(' T. C. Whitcomb, chemicals anil materials, 

Miss I. II. Howe. 

Cutler Bros. cV: Co. 

Thomas Hall, il and apparatus, 

Whitall, Tatuin & Co., » 

T. 1*. Perkins, ventilation estimates, 

V Martin Baton, cleaning out vaults, 

Nathaniel Ross, 

Win. (i. Stroilff, " " ashes, 

'• drain Franklin cellar. 

B. <S M. R. R., freight 

11. N. Winslow, calling, 

• i. II. Hat ha way, team visiting schools twice, 

Total. ..... 

Balance unexpended. 



$7 


00 


5 


25 




95 


1 


80 


18 


10 


29 


00 


81 


49 


2 


00 


2 


00 


12 


00 


10 


00 


4 


00 


1 


83 


1 


00 


4 


50 


. $1,224 


38 


197 


98 


$1,422 


36 



SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS AND 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 
Expended as follows : 

Win. Ware & Co., text hook-, . 

( linn & Co., text books, . 

A. S. Barnes & Co., 50 histories U. S., 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co., text books, 

I). C. Heath & Co., 

Lvison, Blakemau & Co., 

Harper & Bros., 

Willard Small, 

Advii & Bacon, 

Silver, Burdett cV; Co., 

Thompson, Brown & Co., 

( Jarl Schoenhoff, 

Dc Wolf, Fiske & Co., 

C II. Kilburn, 

Boston School Supply Co., '• and 

Geo. S. Perry, supplies, . 

G re enough, Hopkins & Cushing, supplies, 

Thorpe & Adams Mfg. Co., 



SUPPLIES. 

. $1,400 00 



i » 



supp 



. . 



ics, 



$335 


34 


107 


82 


41 


67 


37 


71 


30 


00 


19 


85 


14 


34 


10 


73 


10 


00 


5 


(>3 


5 


34 


2 


38 


1 


80 




80 


377 


84 


108 


30 


90 


50 




50 



102 



Horace A. Brooks, rcbiuding 3 dictionaries, 
W. W. Bessey, clel'g books <fc supplies, 11 mos., 

1 \ ' ' . i ? • • * * * * * 

J. W. Locke, expressage on hooks & supplies, . 
1). W. Hunt, 



$4 50 



. . 





90 


00 




17 


60 

55 


$1. 


313 


20 




SG 


80 



Balance unexpended, 



$1,400 00 
TOWN HOUSE EXPENSES. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, . . $1,600 00 

Expended as follows : 

11. 0. Hall, janitor 11 mos., to Feb. 1, 1890, . 
washing wood- work, hanging pictures, 

police room, lock-up hlankets, 
packing steam valves, 
shoveling snow to Feb'y 1, 



1 1 

1 1 






$554 


n; 


32 


50 


4 


50 


3 


50 


4 


50 



$509 16 



Citizens' Gas Light Co., 230,2<>o ft. gas at *:\25, 

to Jan 1 . 
S. F. Littletield, wire screens tor trees, 

" 4 * hardware, gas and plumbing, . 

Geo. II. Taylor, *' " 

Wakefield Water Co., water rates to .June 1, "90, 
T. II. Badger, varnishing portraits of Washing- 
ton and Wakefield, 
A. A. Mansfield, 43 tons, 950 lbs. coal at $5.85 
Denis Greany, 1 cord pine, prepared, 

•' repairing sidewalks and chimneys 
Sidney Merchant, setting 11 lights 20 x 45, 

" " " " ' 3 " 12 x 14, 

" " paint and time, 

Wakefield Reed Chair Co., rep'g rattan chairs, 
E. I. Pnrrington, carpenter work and repairs, 
C. S. Kuowles, 

Lucas & Lee, repairing clocks, 
Jas. Devlin, repairing flag, 
J. F. Woodward & Son, repairing scat, 
E. I>. Nye, tuning & rep'g piano, 



. . 



517 


92 


6 


15 


139 


84 


18 


92 


, 6t5 


00 


30 


00 


254 


33 


7 


50 


8 


18 


24 


75 




75 


1 


03 


15 


50 


12 


21 


8 


50 


2 


25 


2 


00 




80 


3 


00 



103 



J. T. Magee, moving piano, 
John Flanley, repairing " stool, 

k ' < k 3 mattresses lor lock-up, 

II. K. Bishop & Co., 11 ft. folding ladder. 
Nat. Sanitary Asso'n, 1-4 cask carbolic powdei 
L. Descalzo c^ Co., 12 rolls toilet paper, . 
Jj W. Loeke, jug of alcohol, 

•« expressing, 
( '. A. Janes & Co., towels, cheese cloth, etc., 
J. W. Poland & Co., " 
Ira Atkinson, water tank and pail, 

" soap, matches, broom, etc., 
Kelly Bros., matches, .... 
IIv. Davis, removing ashes, 

Jas. E. Buckley, " , 



Balance overdrawn. 



TOWN HOUSE REPAIRS. 
April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 

Expended as follows : 

\Y. X. Gray, slating upper roof, 
M. A. Feeley, painting library, reading and court 
rooms, ...... 

M. A. Fceley, painting police room, 

11 stairways, 

K. I. Pnrrington, making transom and various 
repairs, . 



$7 


50 




2b 


! io 


00 


i 


43 


6 


00 


1 


20 


4 


80 




85 


4 


51 


1 


GCj 


3 


50 


o 
O 


83 




18 


7 


00 


2 


00 



STREET LAMPS. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 

Expended as follows : 

( itizens' Gas light Co., 299,533 ft. gas, at $2.25, 
.James Low, lighting, March and April, 
41 setting £hiss, . 

i4 •' repairs, . . . . . 

Geo. II. Led with, lighting 9 mos., to Feb. 1, 



$1,772 50 
172 50 

$1,600 00 



$1,200 00 



$800 00 

340 00 

12 00 

3 00 

45 00 

$1,200 00 



. $2,100 00 



$1)73 90 

110 00 

90 

50 

450 00 



104 



» 4 
I i 



t i 



Geo. II. Led with, lighting, 9 extra nights, 

setting glass, 

" 4 new lights, Cowdrey's 
Hill, ..... 
Geo. II. Led with, repairs, 
Isaac F. Sheldon, lighting 1 yr. to Mch. 1, '90 






i i 



settinjr glass, 



« i 









i > 



a 



repairs, 

G. T. Lamont, lighting 1 yr. to Fob. 1, '90, 
Eben T. Newhall, " 11 mos. to Jan. 20, '90, 
J. Dunn Walton, " 1 yr. to July 1, '89, 
A. Mills & Co., 4 lanterns, posts and packing, 

chimneys, burners and wicks, 
6 doz. copper lamps, 
Cutler Bros., matches, brimstone, naphtha, 

4 doz. chimney 8, . 
oil tank, .... 
wood alcohol, 

1 stone roller, 

sperm oil, .50, wicking, .25, 
199 gallons oil, 

2 gallon cans, 
330 galls, oil at .10, 

Kelley Bros., supplies, .... 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., 2 doz. gas burners, . 
'• •« .') doz. chimneys, . 

1 vale padlock, 
k * setting glass, 
" repairs, 
(ieo. II. Taylor, repairs, .25. oiler, .15, 

6 gas cocks, . 
3 doz. gas burners and tips, 
E. W. Eaton, 5 dozen parlor matches, 
John Cuff, taking up and re-setting post, . 
T. Ilanley, setting 4 post-. 
J. YV. Locke, expressage, 



Balance unexpended, 



. . 



. . 












33 42 


2 25 


80 


137 50 


2 70 


75 


24 83 


22 50 


12 50 


59 00 


22 20 


19 50 


1 59 


5 0(> 


6 00 


2 89 


G2 


75 


20 39 


GO 


33 00 


37 82 


1 90 


2 40 


1 10 


1 25 


3 43 


40 


2 10 


4 32 


1 50 


1 50 


2 00 


5 40 


$1,727 21 


372 79 


$2,100 00 



10; 



SALARIES OF TOWN OFFICERS. 



4 4 
I I 

I I 

4 t 
I . 

4 i 



4 4 
I 4 
% 4 



April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 
Expended as follows ■ 

Board of Health for 1888-9, . 
Registnrrs, 44 " 

Auditor-, " 4 ' 

Selectmen and Koad Comin'rs, for '89-90, 

Assessors, for 1889-90, 

( Overseers of Poor 

School ( ommittec. 

Fire Engineers, 
Town Treasurer, 

" Clerk, 

Tax Collector, in full, 1887, $50; acet. 1888, 
$50; acct. 1889, $300, . 



CONSTABLES AND POLICE. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 

Expended as follows : 

C. E. Niles, police duty, March, 
( !hief, salary 44 
" April, 

44 9 mos. to Feb. 1, 
miscellaneous expenses, 
advt'g in Herald and Globe, 
Geo. T. Lumont, police duty to Feb. 1, 

44 ' 4 shooting 5 dogs, 

J. E. Buckley, killing 2 dogs, . 
Zenas Perkins, " 1 dog, . 
J. F. Alexander, serviees 10 Sundays, 

' 4 ' 4 police duty, 

C. II. Davis, Constable, fees 5 town warrants, 

1 dog, 44 

notifying officers of theii 
election, 
A. W. Hunt, police duty, 
I. G. Floyd, 44 " 1887-8, 

A. L. Vannah, 4 ' 

J. A. McFudden, 44 
R. L. Cooper, " 1888, 



4 4 
t I 
I . 
(4 
I I 



4 4 
I I 

4 4 

( 4 



( 4 

4 4 
4 4 
4 ( 



4 ( 
( 4 



4 4 
( ( 



4 4 

4 4 



$2,550 00 

$50 00 
110 00 
115 00 
GOO 00 
400 00 
250 00 
250 00 
75 00 
200 GO 
100 00 

400 00 

$2,550 00 

$1,000 00 



$10 55 
12 50 
25 00 

450 00 

7 29 
5 48 

49 (0 
5 00 
2 00 

1 00 
12 50 
43 35 
34 60 

5 00 

5 12 

8 20 

6 00 
5 70 
5 40 

2 70 



106 



W. W. Bessey, police duty, 
•7. A. Meloney, taking prisoner to Tewksbury, 
K. I. Purrington, making closet, etc., 
Greenough, Hopkins & dishing, stationery, 

" " " police record hook 

S. F. Littlefield & Co., night latch, keys, Ian 

terns, pails, cans, . 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., broom, brush, dustpan 

duster and .thermometer, 
J. Blackstone, G badges and (5 billies, 
Wm. Road & Son, 6 twisters, . 
R. (). Evan 8, 225 circulars <<& stamped envelopes 
(J. II. Hathaway, teams, .... 
A. AY. Brownell, stamps, 
Dean Dudley, directory, .... 
X. E. Telephone Co., rental 5 mos., to Jan. 1. 



$2 20 
2 00 

17 40 
2 70 

12 50 

G 90 



1 


00 


5 


50 


4 


50 


4 


00 


1 


00 


3 


50 


1 


50 


23 


(12 



$788 61 



Fourth of July pol 


ice services. 










John F. Alexander. 


• • i 


$7 


40 






( leo. T. Lamont . 


• • 


6 


7i» 






J, Y. ( Iressey, 


• • « 


6 


20 






John Drugau, . 


• • * 


4 


40 






John Day, 


• • « 


4 


10 






X. M. Eaton, . 


• • < 


1 


10 






John Ilodsdon, 


• • • 


4 


10 






J. YV. Richardson, . 


• • ■ 


4 


10 






Fdinond Swectser, . 


■ • * 


4 


10 






J. T. Burditt, 


• • 

• • 


2 


00 


$47 


20 


Total, 


• • 


• 


$835 


81 


Balance un< 


expended, 


• 


• 


164 


19 




$1,000 


00 



NIGHT WATCH. 

April l>t . Appropriation authorized, 

Expended as follows : 
A. L. Van nah, 11 mos. to Feb. 1, . 
J. A. McFadden, 11 " " 1,. 

Balance unexpended, 



. $1,800 00 

$805 00 
805 00 
190 00 



$1,800 oo 



107 



RENTAL OF HYDRANTS 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 

Nov. 5th, 



$3,845 00 
75 00 



$3,920 00 
Paid Wakefield Water Co., <'»<> hydrants, at $50, 

■>:\ hvdrants at $4<>. . . . 3,920 00 



MEMORIAL DAY. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorixed, 

Taid Justiu Howard. Q. M. Pos1 12, (i. A. R., 



$200 00 
200 00 



FISH COMMITTEE. 
April 1st. Appropriation authorized, (the receipts) 

.">.")<» permits at 25c., 

Interest on iitiovo, .... 



Expended as follows : 

W. L. Griffin, use of team 3 times, . 
C. \V. Baton, printing 400 fish permits, 
Will II. Wiley, making out •' " 

visiting fishways, 
Samuel Parker, stationery, 

il " services on pond and river, 



Balance unexpended, 



$87 


50 


1 


38 


$88 


88 


$5 


00 


4 


00 


5 


00 


1 


00 


4 


00 


16 


25 



$35 25 
53 63 



$88 88 
COMMON AND PARK COM3IISS10NERS. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, . . $450 00 

Expended as follows : 

A. W. Hunt, care of common, April to October, 
I). P. Rolfe, painting and varnishing band stand, 
S. T. Parker, plants and bulbs, 
Wakefield Water Co., hose and fountain to June 

1 '90 
Chelmsford Foundry Co., 18 fence ornaments, . 
J. W. Locke, expressing 



< < 



1 1 



$325 


00 


35 


00 


25 


00 


20 


00 


12 


60 




50 



108 



A. S. Wiley, police duty July 4. 
A. W. Hunt, t4 k - " 

" " Hay seed and spade, 

James Regan, 2 days work, 
Tlios. Emerson, 2 loads dressing, 
S. F. Littletield & Co., rep'g fountain, 



Bala HOC unexpended. 



$450 00 

GONG FOR EAST WARD ENGINE HOUSE. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, . . $85 00 

Paid (ieo. M.Stevens, 18-inch gong and fixtures, 82 55 

" Bars tow's express delivering the same, . 75 

Balance unexpended, ... 1 70 





$8 60 




H <>0 




1 00 




4 00 




3 00 




1 75 




$445 05 


• 4 


4 95 



SUPERINTENDENT OF FIRE ALARM. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized. 
Paid A. S. Cobb, Snpt,, for services, 

HOSE FOR VOLUNTEER HOSE CO. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 
Paid Boston Woven Hose Co., (300 ft. B. S. 
Jacket hose at 55c, 



m oo 



$50 00 
50 00 



$330 00 

330 00 



GREENWOOD AND SPRING STREETS. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 

Expended as follows : 

C. W. Eaton, advt'g for proposals, . 

F. W. Young, " " 

L. E. Hawes, C. E., surveys and specifications, 

T. R. New hall, 131 ft. bridge covers, at 20c, 

Michael O'Connell. contract for building, . 



$500 00 



1 


50 


2 


00 


33 


70 


2G 


20 


450 


00 



Balance overdrawn, 



$513 40 
13 40 



$500 00 



100 



CLERK OF SCHOOL C030IITTEE. 



April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 
Paid E. A. Upton, for services 1 year, 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 
Reserved for Forest Fire Wards, 



$103 00 
100 oo 



. $3,000 00 
150 00 



$2,850 00 



. . 



1 1 



1 1 

i i 



1 1 






Expended as follows : 

BTEAMEB LUC1U8 BEEBB. 

\Y. T>. Daniel. 1st EilgV, 15 RI08. to Feb. 1, '90, 
E. I. Purrington. 2d »« 

David ( iraliam. Steward, 

Members as per pay roll to Feb, 1, '90, 
o. II. Hathaway, use of horses, 

Andrew Young, 
I). \\ . Hunt, 

A. A. Mansfield, < s tons, 300 lbs. coal, 

11 *' 4 ft. sawed wood, . 

( Jitizens' ( ras Light ( \>. , G800 ft. gasto Nov. 1 ,'89 
Wakefield Water Co., rates to June 1, '1)0 
Cutler Br 08., supplies, 
Sherburne & Co., 50 lbs. cot. waste, 
A. S. Jackson, repairs, 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., repairs, 25c, tiles, 85c. 

sifter, 75o., .... 
Sam. Kimball, 1 ft. wood, Greenwood fire 
A. S. Wiley, sinking hogshead, 
J. W. Locke, expressing, 
\Y. B. Daniel, 2 elbows for heater. . 



EXTKAORDINAUY IIEPAIKS. 

SiUby MTg Co., new boiler, etc., 

44 4t " repairs at Wakefield, 

B. & M. R R., freight from Seneca Falls, 
E. I Purrington, loading steamer on car, . 
II. W. Dalrymple, express on tubes, 

telegraphing, 



$140 


(32 


112 


50 


93 


75 


247 


91 


52 


00 


4 


00 


2 


OG 


57 


76 


4 


O0 


15 


30 


10 


00 


7 


94 


5 


13 


4 


25 


1 


85 


2 


00 


1 


50 


1 


00 




20 



$763 71 



. t 



. . 



$486 


25 


55 


90 


42 


60 


8 


02 


6 


50 


1 


0# 



110 



R. Howard, telegraphing, 
W. 1). Daniel, labor, 
A. L. Heath, 
J. G. Daniel, 



. . 



. . 



WASHINGTON HOOK & LADDER CO. 

Members as per pay roll to Feb. 1, '90, 

Hy. C. Peek, Steward to Jan. 1, '90, 

Chas. Dunn, rent, Oct. 1, to Dec. 17, '88, 

S. J. Putney, " to Jan. 1, '90, 

(i. II. Hathaway, use of horses, 

I). W. Hunt, »■ . 

8. F. Littleficld & Co., stove, $18, pail, 25 c 

A. A. Mansfield, 1-2 ton coal, . 

Citizens 1 Gas Light Co., 1500 ft. inis, to Nov. 1, 

Cutler Bros., supplies, . 

J. K. Maxwell, 2 straps, . 

J. (). Dacon, splicing and leathering rope. 



l. II. CARTER HOSK CO. 

Members as per pay roll to Feb. 1, '90. 
Fred Short, Steward, lvr. to Feb. 1, '90, 
AY. II. Godfrey, rent, 1 yr. to Dec. 1, '89, 
(i. II. Hathaway, use of horses, 
A. A. Mansfield, 1-2 ton coal, 

" " 1 ft wood, 

S. F. Litlletield & Co., supplies and repairs 
J. E. Maxwell, 3 straps, 
E. S. Jacobs, 3 chairs, 
Kelly Bros., 4 galls, oil, 
Roger Howard, axe, $2. repairs, $1.10, 
David Graham, cleaning hose, . 



UIKMICAL KNGINK CO. 

Members as per pay roll to Feb. 1, '90, 
Chas. Diury, .steward, Apr. 1, '^8 to Jan. 1, '90, 
A. A. Mansfield, 2 tons coal, . . . . 

Abrain Gould, rent of land 1 vr. to Oct. 1, '89, . 



5 50 
8 70 
3 50 
2 00 



$1,378 68 



$375 


00 


29 


75 


25 


00 


124 


33 


14 


00 


2 


00 


18 


25 


3 


50 


3 


37 


1 


87 


1 


50 


1 


00 



$599 57 



$250 00 


ir> 


GO 


100 


00 


10 


00 


3 


46 


1 


oo 


2 


85 


1 


50 


1 


00 




(50 


3 


10 


2 


00 



$392 11 

$250 00 

17 25 

13 83 

12 00 



Ill 



M. S. Aver c<: Co., 1 keg of soda, 
M. ( !. Reid, supplies, 
A. S. Jackson, repairs, $1, pliers, $2, 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., 1 tunnel, 



FIBE ALARM SUPPLIES, ETC. 

Geo. ML Stevens, Box 31 and fixture-. 

44 •- vitriol, battery coppers and 

supplies, .... 

A. S. Cobb, 1 house tapper, 
44 44 use of horse, 

V. A. Heath, setting polos, 
( ). Corcoran, changing wires, 

(i. I'l. Kicker, 3 doz. key box glasses, 
A. L. Marshall, paint and brushes, 
II. II. Savage & Co., stub steel pliers,. 



S. 'I. Putney, rent of room for "Old Vale," 

I). W. Hunt, teaming 44 0ld Yale," . 

N. 1 1. Dow, horse on " " . . 

Barstow's express, . 

Cunningham's express, . 

Geo. II. Mason & Co., 12 tubular lanterns, 

A. S. Jackson, repairs 4 'Voluntecr" hose, . 

Roger Howard, reservoir eover, 

Geo. II. Hathaway, barge to wood tire, 



RECAPITULATION 

Steamer Lucius Beebe, 
repairs, 



t . 



Washington Hook & Ladder Co., 
J. II, Carter Hose Co., 
Chemical Engine Co., 
lire Alarm Supplies, etc., 



Balance overdrawn, . 



5763 71 
614 97 



$4 48 

4 02 

3 00 

50 



$305 08 



$48 11 



78 


80 


8 


00 


1 


00 


4 


00 


3 


00 


1 


50 


1 


02 


1 


00 


$146 


43 


15 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


7 


90 


1 


50 


6 


00 


3 


67 


2 


21 


2 


00 



$188 71 



$1,378 (jS 
599 57 
392 11 
305 08 

188 71 

$2,864 15 
14 15 



$2,850 00 



112 



Forest Fire Wards Appropriation, 

Expended as follows : 

Paid Rufus Kendrick, services at 28 tires, 

7 " 
tires to Dee. 27, . 
Johnson piinip repairs, '89, 
ptg. 25 oil doth notices, 



$150 oo 



1 1 






i i 
. ( 

k i 






Balance overdrawn. 



.MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES. 



107 


25 


26 


m — 


19 


50 


7 


20 


1 


09 


$161 


79 


11 


79 



150 oo 



April 1st. Appropriation authoiized, . . . 13,000 oo 
Nov. 5th. " •• additional, . 1,500 oo 



$4,500 oo 



Expended as follows : 

MILITARY AID. 

Win. (). Dyer, 11 raos. to Feb. 1, L890, 
Andrew J. Green, 11 k - " 1, 1890, 

V. II. Ryder, 11 " " I, IS90, 

Jere. Whitehead, 11 " " 1, 1890. 

IIv. Williams, 2 - May 1, 1889, 

A". II. Dan forth, 1 mo. to April 1. 1889, 



RICHARD80N LIGHT GUAKD. 

W. C. Jordan, rent 1 yr., to -Ian. 1, 1890, 

heating,Nov. 19, to Apr. 1, 1889, 

Citizens' Gas Light" Co., 30,900 ft. gas to 
Jan. 1, "90. ..... 

Win. G. Doe, 2 yrs. rent, range to Sept. 1, *< s '-». 
Geo. II. Taylor, 42 lbs. funnel at range house, 

44 •• loading tools and labor, 

W. II. Frost, glazing and repairing sash, range 
house, ...... 

Roger Howard, repairing range house, 



>132 00 

llo oo 

llo oo 

44 00 

12 O0 

(5 00 

$414 0O 



$400 OO 

114 50 

69 51 

50 00 

11 20 



3 45 



5 00 
3 IS 



$657 24 



113 



PRINTING, ADVFRTIS1NG, STATIONERY, ETC. 

C. W. Eaton, ptg. 1700 Town Reports, '89-90, 

town warrants, . 
"20 lists poll tax payers, 
" other bills, 
• i »• adrt'g town warrants, 
M ll •• other notice 

F. W. young, " town warrants, 

other notices, . 

S. B. Dearborn, ptg. 4100 tax bills, coo stubs, . 

11 looo envelopes, 
(i. E. Dunbar, 4 * for town officers, 
P. B. Murphy, ** 400 dog licences, 50 posters, 
Greenough, Hopkins & Gushing, 1 qts. ink, 

•« " " Assessors' In- 

voice Book, ...... 

Greenough, Hopkins & Gushing, Town Clerk's 

Record Book, ..... 
Greenough, Hopkins & Gushing, Tax Collector's 

Book, ....... 

Greenough, Hopkins & Cushing, 5O0 envelopes* 

Town Treasurer, ..... 
Greeuough, Hopkins & Cushing, 2000 town or- 

ders, (book ) ..... 

Greenough, Hopkins A Cushing, pen holders, . 
A. \V. Browne! I, box rent to Apr. 1, "90, 

stamps, Selectmen, Clerk and 

Treasurer, ...... 15 00 

C. A. Cheney, stationery, Kicker, Hall and 

Woodward, ...... 

F. S. Hartshornc, posting bills, 

11. (\ Hall, " 

.lames Low, distributing town reports, 



BOAUD OF HEALTH EXPENSES. 



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47 


60 


15 


56 


30 


00 


13 


00 


79 


38 


7 


50 


71) 


38 


2 


00 


16 


63 


3 


25 


1) 


15 


3 


25 


2 


95 


6 


50 


7 


50 


9 


00 


1 


75 


27 


50 




30 


2 


00 



2 


45 


10 


00 


4 


50 


10 


00 



$706 15 



John M. (ate, services as Health Officer, 1888-9, $60 48 

distributing regulations, . . 7 00 

nurse in Chns. Cole case, . . 21 00 

Geo. H. Hathaway, buck, " " " 2 50 

Cutler Bros., sulphur 4t " " . 100 

Geo. E. Dunbar, ptg. 1500 Health Regulations, 13 00 



114 



1 1 



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. . 



Geo. E. Dunbar, ptg. 300 swine permits, 
C. W. Eatort, " 350 placards, 

11 1000 envelopes, 
adv't pig hearing, . 
F. W. Young 
A. W. Brownell, stamps, 
J. E. Buckley, burying dog, 
Lucas & Leo, paper. 



LEGAL EXPEN8BS. 

Geo. II. Teague, truant officer 1 yr. to May '89 

Win. W. Bessey, " " 1 " " '89 

E. A. Osgood, 3 pr. lock-up blankets, 

,J. F. Alexander, meals, 11 prisoners, 

II. C. Hall, " 99 

J, J, Pratt, taxes refunded, 

First Dist. Court, fees Ames, Corcoran & Cole 

man cases, ..... 

W. E. Rogers, title abstracts for Assessors, 

record book. 

Witnesses, fees Millerick Case, 

(i. II. Sweetser, procuring evidence, Millericl 

V_. U» s C • • • • • • • 

E. 1*. Colby, M.I >., examination, Millerick Case 

11 " expert evidence 
S. K. Hamilton, services, 
Witnesses tees, Clark Case, . . . . 
C II. Sweet scr, procuring evidence, Clark Case, 
J. A. Bancroft, Burveys and " 
I. I. Doane, stenographic report, 
P. Allen Lindsay, sheriff, bringing out jury 

( 'lark ( 'ase, ..... 
E. P. Colby, M. D., examination, Clark Case, 

*' " ki expert evidence, - 

S. K. Hamilton, services, 





$t 75 




6 00 




3 00 




1 88 




1 88 




1 75 




1 00 




60 



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TOWN CLERKS RETURNS, ETC. 

I F. Hartshorne, returns births, marriages, 

deaths, 1889, . 

C. F. Hartshorne, copying valuation book for 

State, and poll tax list for town, 



$122 94 

$25 00 

25 00 

6 00 

11 00 

24 75 
14 80 

25 64 

38 70 

4 50 
16 72 

1 50 

3 0<> 

30 00 

250 00 

135 60 

1 50 

5 00 

12 60 

16 30 

5 00 

45 00 

500 00 

$1,227 61 



$80 40 
60 00 



115 



J. A. O'Leary, return 31 births, 1889, 
Preston Sheldon, " 24 " 1889, 
B. I\ Colby, » 6 " 1889, 



ELECTION EXPENSES. 

K. I. Purrington, bldg. Australian polling booth 
Qreenough, Hopkins A Cashing, 4 doz. pencils 
2 doz. rubbers, stamps, . 

< . A. Smith, 8 election stamps and pads, . 

K. L. Cooper, working ballot box Apr. 1, 22 

and Nov. .">, . 

W. \V. Bessey, working ballot box Apr. 1, 22 

and Nov. 5, . 
\V. E. Cowdrey, distributing ballots, Apr. 1, 
I. (iil. Bobbins, 
«. K. Walton, 
W. !•:. Cowdrey, 
C. H. Davis, 

J. Fred Parker, 

( lorneliua 1 Donovan, 

Thos. Kernan, 

E. M. South worth, 

A. II. Thayer, 

Thos. Hickey, 

S. E. Gordon, 17 suppers. 



SUNDRY OTHER EXPENSES. 

Wakefield Water Company rates, 2 fountains to 
dune 1 , '!>(>, ...... 

S. F, Littletield & Co., rep ring Flint fountain, . 
" " " " pump, East Ward, 

[saac F. Sheldon, " " South " 

C. F. Hartshorne, insurance $5000 to Aug. 3, 
1894, on town house, furniture and pic- 
tures at 3 per cent., . . . . 

F. L. Gibson, Treas. 4th of July celebration, 

Townley, Mitchell and Emerson, 4th of July 
bell ringing, ...... 

J. H. Emerson, town meeting bell ringing, . 





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" 22, 




1 1 




'■ 1&22 


teller. 


Apr. 


— *- , 


Nov. 5, 


ii 


t i 


i, 


" 5, 




Nov. 


5, 


• 


1 1 


ii 


5, 


• 


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.">. 


• 


i i 




:., 


• 




ii 


5, 


• 




• < i 


5, 


• 


pers, 


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5, 


• 



$7 


75 


6 


00 


1 


50 



$155 65 



$82 59 

3 35 

1 20 

8 50 

8 50 



2 


00 


2 


00 


4 


00 


6 


00 


6 


00 


3 


00 


3 


00 


3 


00 


3 


00 


3 


00 


3 


00 


5 


10 



$147 24 



$175 00 

3 65 

1 75 

1 00 



150 00 
125 00 

7 50 

2 00 



116 



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B. W. Oliver, Forest Fire Ward, salary 1 year 

to June 16, '89, 
A. L. Mansfield, Forest Fire Ward, salary 1 year 

to June 16, '89, 
K. Kendrick, Forest Fire Ward, salary 1 year to 

June 16, '89, 
\Y. W. Davis, survey of annexed part of 

Stoneham, ..... 
J. A. Bancroft, survey of Smith's pond outlet, 
A. 11. Danforth, aid as soldier, 
R. K. Whitten, " 
Chas. G. Swett, " 
L. E. Hawes, C. E., setting hatters for new 

school house, .... 

I. A. Parsons, work on hatters for new schoo 

house, ...... 

Wait & Cutter, architects, plans and specifications 

new school house, . 
John M. (ate, repairing torn flag, 
N. M. Eaton, care Eaton & Sweetser burial lots, 
W. K. Cowdrey, perambulating Melrose and 

Saujnis town lines . 
(i. II. Hathaway, team for Assessors, 
Dean Dudley, directory, . . . . . 

John W. Locke, expressing, Town Clerk, 



$25 00 

25 00 

25 00 

20 00 
6 50 
5 70 

5 00 

3 00 

6 50 
10 50 

550 80 

4 50 
4 00 

3 00 

3 00 

1 50 
1 20 



RECAPITULATION. 

Military Aid. ..... 

Richardson Light Guard, . 

Printing, Advertising, Stationery, etc.. 
Board of Health Expenses, 
Legal Expenses, .... 
Town Clerk's Returns, etc., 
Election Expenses, .... 
Other Expenses, .... 



Balance overdrawn, 



$1,166 


10 


. $414 


00 


657 


24 


706 


15 


122 


04 


. 1,227 


61 


155 


65 


147 


24 


. 1,166 


10 


$4,596 


93 


96 


93 



$4,500 00 



117 



HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES. 

April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 

Nov. :>ih. " " addition'], 

April lot. '* for Prospect street. . 

Nov. 5tb. " drainage of Foundry 

District, ...... 

NOv. 5th. Appropriation Myrtle avenue, 

11 5th. •• Summit avenue, 






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Paid or due by abutters for concrete work, 

Soil and stone- sold 1o ( '. W. Entou, 

C. P>. Bowman, 1-2 expense of sidewalk, 

J. W. Parwell, L-2 

Jos. L. Wiley, 1-2 

John Day, 

( ieo. E. Kicker, 

Thos. Welch, .... 

('. A. Gardner, 

"Philip J. Flanders, 

( J. S. Emerson, 

1 Wakefield Water Co., (work done) 

E. I. Purrington, 

Win. (ireanv, .... 

S. II. Higgins, 

C. Donovan, .... 

K. C. Jones, .... 

J. F. Griffiths, 

First Cong. Church (hound stones), 

Levi Flanders, 

Citizens' Gas Light Co., (work done 

John Mo ran, .... 

Greenwood man, 

J. F. Woodward, 

Geo. II. Teague, 



Total . 

*Unpaid. 

Expended as follows, 
37 pay rolls, . 



$6,000 00 


1,000 


00 


50(> 


00 


300 


00 


30( ) 


00 


800 


00 


$8,900 


00 


437 


48 


78 


83 


16 


59 


14 


52 


10 


00 


12 


90 


8 


85 


8 


00 


7 


50 


7 


00 


6 


25 





00 


o 
O 


00 


2 


75 


1 


67 


1 


50 


1 


50 


1 


50 


1 


50 


1 


00 


1 


00 




34 




34 




25 




25 



$192 04 
$9,529 52 



$7,908 44 



118 



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For work last year : 

M. O'Connell, snow work. 

Jno. McMasters, 

J. J. Killorin, 

Patrick O'Connor, 

F. P. Hoyt, 

Geo. W. Killorin, 

Geo. K. Walton, trimming brush, 

A. L. Mansfield, snow work, 

D. W. Hunt, 

S. M. Gates, 

Jos. Connell, 

A. Young, 

Geo. H. Sweet ser, labor, 
T. M. Ward, 
Geo. E. Mears, 

B. F. Shedd, 
P. J. Regan, 
J. & S. Winship, rep'g snow plough, 

Total, . 



GRAVEL AND SUNDRY OTHER RILLS 

G. W. Killorin, 892 loads gravel, dl'd on Albion 

>ll('(!l,<ll.__, • • • • • • 

N. H. Dow, 661 loads gravel, dl'd on Broadway, 
iii . — ''« . • • • • . . 

E. X. Sweetser, 290 loads gravel, at .08, . 
G. L. Kilgore, 75 " " Myrtle ave., . 

Mary Baldwin, 30 " stone, at .08, . 



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$15 


75 


2 


00 


o 
O 


00 


4 


00 





37 


8 


00 


10 


40 


3 


75 


5 


00 


7 


00 


4 


50 


4 


75 


18 


50 


2 


00 


4 


00 


1 


88 


1 


00 


7 


50 


$108 

RILLS. 


40 



James Lahey, 2 grate stones, . 

6i " 44 bound stones, at .50, 

T. R. Xewhall, 14 " li Myrtle ave. at .40 
" 20 " " Summit " at .40 
" 24 " " 
s< 27 ft. curb stone, 1-2 cost, 
" stone catch basin, Railroad, cor. 
Church, ....... 

T. P. Xewhall, 36 fet. covering stone, Railroad, 
cor. Church, ...... 

T. R. Xewhall, 2 1-2 tons block granite, . 



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96 24 



165 


25 


23 


20 


6 


00 


2 


40 


$393 


09 


1 


00 


22 


00 


5 


60 


8 


00 


9 


60 


13 


50 



25 00 

9 00 
6 25 



119 



T. R. Newhall, 7 ft. cap stone, Main street, 
" " 144 ft. bridge stone, Main st., 

" " 160 1-2 ft. bridge stone, . 

M. L. Cate & Co., lumber (railing, etc.), 
Wakefield Lumber Co, lumber, " 
Xoble Stove Co., catch basin cover, . 
Clark & Lee, bid's bridge over B. & M. 11. R 

South Ward, ..... 
I. A. Parsons, rep'g bridge over B. & M. R. R. 

South Ward, ..... 
1). Greany, rebuilding bridge under sidewalk bv 

Wakefield est. ; labor, $27.50 ; mat'l, $19.25 
»J. A.. Bancroft, surveys and plans, 10 streets, 
L. E. Hawes, " " Prospect st. 

Solon Walton, laying new and rep'g old drain, 
S. F. Littleficld & Co., tools, h'dwarc, drain pipe 

and dynamite, ..... 
J. li. Munroe, 2 new picks and sharpening picks 

drills and wedges from Alio. 1, '88 to Jan 

1, 1890, . . . . 
Little & Fourtin, sharpening drills, etc., . 
J. & S. Winship, " " 

11 " rep'g snow plough, . 

Sederquest & Wannamake, rep'g road scraper, 



. . 



. . 



3 sign boards, 



I. F. Sheldon, 112 R. R. ties, at .06, 
D. Graham, cleaning hose used on Church street 

II. R. Bishop & Co., 18 ft. ladder, . 
Ames Plow Co., plough share and points, . 
John W. Locke, " bolts and express, . 
Cutler Bros., tools, ..... 
Block & Cate, pail and candles, 
Moses P. Merrill, cutting tree on Avon street, 
A. Young, storage scraper and roller 1 yr. to 

Oct. ,1889, 

A. Young, snow work, Dec. 15 and 1G, '89, 
F. W. Young, adv'tg concrete proposals, . 



Walter B. Ellis, concrete work, 
Add last year's bills, 
% ' pay rolls, 





$3 50 




36 00 




40 13 




34 77 




3 54 




2 50 




145 00 


5 

• 


1 50 




46 75 




65 60 




24 00 





10 00 



189 89 



85 


84 


7 


47 


4 


22 


2 


25 


5 


00 


1 


75 


6 


72 


4 


00 


3 


60 


1 


15 




51 


2 


07 




35 


1 


00 


12 


00 


3 


38 


1 


25 


$1,238 


78 


543 


80 


108 


40 


7,908 


44 


$9,799 


42 



120 



Balance overdrawn, . 



$269 90 
$9,529 52 



CONCRETE SIDEWALKS, CROSSINGS AND GUTTERS. 



April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 

Paid Walter B. Ellis, contract work, . 



$500 00 
500 00 



DETAILS OF COXCIIKTE WORK. 



Appropriation, .... 

Paid by Highway Department, . 

Paid l>v abutters as follows : 

Bickford, C. F., Sweetser street, 
Block, Rosa B., Franklin street, 
Carpenter, Fred !>., Main street, 
Cowdrey, Nath'l, West Chestnut street, 
Cox, Thos. K., Gould street, . 
Curley, Martin, Franklin street, 
Cutler Bros., Main street, Greenwood, 
Dennett, John F., Franklin street, . 
Donovan, C, Gould street, 
Eaton, Hiram, Sweetser street, 
Emerson, E. E., Main street, . 
* Emmons, Freeman, Franklin street, 
Flanders, Levi, " " 

Ilawkes, John, West Chestnut street, 
Hickey, John, Gould street, 
Hobbs, Geo. W., Sweetser street, 
Jones, Wm. B., West Chestnut street, 
•Kelton, Mrs. W. S., Franklin street, 
Kernan, Thos., Gould street, . 
Linnell, A. P., Crescent Court, 
Linnell, G. W., 

McCausland, W. H., Sweetser street 
•McCulloch, Peter, Franklin street, 
Millerick, Rev. J. E., Gould street, 
Pember, Rev. E. F., " 

Ricker, Wm., Franklin street, . 
Scully, Jos. M., Gould street, . 
Southworth, E. M.,Treas., Pleasant street, 



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500 00 
106 32 

13 80 



6 

51 

6 

1G 
6 



66 
99 

70 
G2 
63 



21 52 
14 01 



7 
22 
45 



98 
20 
20 

7 27 

8 48 
8 38 



7 

14 

G 



68 
23 
16 



8 09 

8 09 



5 

4 

11 

5 



94 
94 
45 
07 



28 05 

20 69 

14 04 

8 16 

5 31 



121 



Strong, Win. (J., Franklin street, 
' Sweetser, Edmond, " " 

Tutlle Chas. R», Sweetser street. 
Whiting, John F., Pleasant street, 
Wright, A. J.. Sweetser street. 



Making total of, . 

Expended as follows : 

2,527.2 yds. sidewalk at .37, . 

144.7 " crossings, at .50, .... 
71.6 " rep's W. Chest, and Centre sts. at. 37 

22 kk gutters, at .37 

5.4 " repairs Crescent st. school yard, 

'Unpaid. A total of 123.20 will be placed in tax bills. 

PROOF. 

2,527.2 yds. sidewalk at .37, . 

Deduct bill J. M. Cate, Centre st., . $14 65 

" E. I. Purrington, Centre st., 45 03 

11 O. Walton, Baton street, 59 



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$6 


GcS 


2 


83 


11 


18 


4 


94 


26 


51 


$437 


48 . 



$1,043 80 



$935 


06 


72 


35 


26 


49 


. 8 


14 


1 


76 



$1,043 80 



$935 06 



60 27 



One half of this amount, 

is 
Amount payable by abutters, 



$874 79 
$437 40 

Note. All outstanding concrete bills of previous years have been 
■collected this year, except estate of Lilley Eaton, $30.89. 



POOR DEPARTMENT. 

GENERAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 



April 1st. Appropriation authorized, 

Cash received by Overseers, 
From Almshouse sales, . 
Refunded by R. J. Daly. . 
From towns and cities, 
" individuals, . 



. $5,000,00 

. 1,329 81 

21 83 

209 11 

557 01 



Total, 



17,117 76 



122 



CASH PAID BY OVERSEERS. 



Expense of poor at Almshouse, 

permanent improvements, 
non-residents, settlement here, 
residents, settlement elsewhere, 
home outside relief, 
persons in insane hospitals, 
miscellaneous, . 



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Total, 

Balance unexpended, 
Due from town of Woburn, 
J. R. Carter, 
" city of Salen, 
" State of Mass., . 
" city of Boston, . 



Wood delivered from town farm, 



. $3,406 83 


25 


85 


539 


63 


35 


30 


. 1,311 


16 


. 1,726 


91 


69 


60 


. $7,115 


28 


$2 48 


$2 00 


;; 


50 


. 


50 


6 


80 


in 


50 



$28 78 
$29 75 



EXPENSES OUTSIDE OF TOWN ALMSHOUSE. 



INSANE HOSPITAL EXPENSES. 



Danvers Hospital, acct. of Chas. E. Lee, 

" Hannah C. Flynn, 



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Worcester 
Taunton 



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$79 35 

169 47 

170 21 
169 47 
169 45 
169 47 



Geo. W. Clark, 

Chas. H. Potter, 

Hannah Lyons, $63 rep'd, 

Otis Brown, all repaid, 

Agnes Murray, all repaid, 113 29 

Annie A. Emerson, all rep'd, 211 25 

Kate Glynn, . . 178 74 

Nelson Sweetser, . 126 75 

Mary E. Adams, . 169 46 



Total, . 

Died April 27, burial expenses $23. 



. $1,726 91 



123 



AID TO PERSONS RESIDING HERE WITH SETTLEMENT 

ELSEWHERE. 



.Mrs. Thos. Sullivan, Woburn, 
J. R. ( alter, 

Win. II. Batchelder, Salem, 
Mrs. Elizabeth Black, Boston, 
Mrs Susan ( lavanagh, 



$2 00 

3 50 

17 50 

5 50 

6 80 

$35 30 



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AID TO NON-RESIDENTS WITH SETTLEMENT HERE. 



Mis. James W. Russell, Wot Peabody, 

Sarah Bachellor, Tewksbury, 

Alonzo Burchstead, Lowell Reform School,* 

Frank Ames, m " 

Mis. Thos. Bacon, Lynn. . 

Win. II. Piper, '" 

(1. E. Davis' 2 children, Boston, 

Ed. Hennessey, 

Ellen McCarty, 

Mrs. II. II. Corey, Monson, 

Martin Donahoe, House of Correction, 

Thos. Welch, Reading, 



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. $110 


00 


109 


20 


74 


51 


71 


6G 


• 59 


40 


33 


00 


26 


oo 


19 


00 


2 


00 


18 


00 


13 


86 


3 


00 



OUTSIDE HOME RELIEF. 

James Doyle, board, .... 

Mrs. John Kirk, groceries, 

Mrs. Emily O. Stoddard, groceries, . 

" Hannah P. Stone, board, . 
Sam'l Conant, rent, ..... 
James Devlin, groceries, .... 
Osmond Otis, coal, provisions and groceries, 
Mrs. J. S. Teague, rent and coal, 

'* Patrick Farrington, alias Forbes, coal, gro 
ceries, shoes, ..... 
Mrs. Porter "Weston, rent, 
Sam'l Emmons, rent, coal, groceries, etc., 
Mrs. Peter Casey, rent and groceries, 

" D. Murphy, groceries, 

" Thos. Trahae, " 



$539 63 



18 



99 


00 


97 


50 


96 


00 


96 


00 


78 


00 


94 


25 


77 


40 


77 


30 


72 


00 


66 


91 


60 


10 


: 43 


00 


41 


00 



124: 



Mrs. Mary Mertins, alias Kilderv, rent 

groceries, 
Win. Sweeney, groceries and coal, 
Mrs. M. Donahoe, shoes, coal and groceric 
Tcrrence Kelly, nursing and medicine, 
Mrs. D. Sbannahan, groceries, . 

" Jane Kellv, 
Jos. Wnite-, 
Mrs. ('has. Myers. 
Win. Barrv, 
Mrs. John Scully, 
B. Derby, 



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and shoes, 



and boots, 



John Council's child, medical attendance, 

Mrs. John Shea, groceries, 

John Ihirditt, ..... 



32 


10 


31 


50 


29 


32 


12 


25 


11 


50 


9 


70 


9 


00 


8 


30 


6 


00 


5 


60 


4 


50 


3 


75 


3 


00 


3 


00 


$1,311 


16 



MISCELLANEOI rS. 



Ily. C. Hall, care 196 tramps, $6S 20 

Hiram Eaton, express to Natick, Haggerty Case, 1 40 



Total outside expense, 

Repaid by individuals, towns and cities, 



$69 60 

. $3,682 60 

766 12 



$2,916 48 



DETAILED ALMSHOUSE EXPENSES. 

GROCERIES. 

W. A. Cutter, . 

Cutler Bros., 

J. W. Roberts & Co., flour, 

Block & Cate, . 

E. W. Eaton, 

A. J. Hutchinsou, 

Ira Atkinson, 

Hy. L. Cassidy, tea and coftee. 

M. A. Chesley, . 

Kelly Bros., 

Fred. Emerson, crackers, . 

G. W. Eaton, 



$153 


24 


80 


89 


70 


70 


28 


96 


27 


76 


27 


16 


25 


19 


17 


25 


16 


77 


13 


19 


3 


99 




33 



$465 43 



125 



GKAIN AND FEED. 



( lutler Bros., .... 
Curley Bros., .... 
E. W. Eaton, .... 
\V. A. Cutter. .... 
City of Lynn, 120 1-4 ft. swill at 5()c 
A. J. Hutchinson, 
Ira Atkinson, .... 
Kelly Bros.. .... 



$120 25 
119 88 
85 60 
70 35 
04 62 
60 05 
26 45 
22 35 



MEAT, FISH AN 


D PROVISIONS. 


K. ,1. Daly, 


. $101 37 


Warren V . Taylor, . 


103 39 


Win. Dexter Deadman, . 


49 Cy8 


J. W. Jenkins, 


39 00 


Epes Butler, fish, 


12 69 


V. 11. Sweetser, fish, 


7 26 


S. II. Gowing, 


1 61 



Din GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES. 



E. (i. Daland, clothing, . 
J. W. Poland & Co., dry goods, 
Hugh Council, shoes, 
Richard Britton, shoes, 
Bowser & Co., dry goods, 
Hopkins & Draper, clothing, . 



SALARY OF SUPERINTENDENT. 

Ceo E. Donald, salary 1 yr. to Jan. 1, '90, 



$27 


98 


18 


48 


15 


40 


11 


75 


7 


42 


4 


50 



$575 55 



$315 00 



5 53 



$587 50 



FARM LABOR. 

Seth Knowles, labor Jan. 1 to Aug. 21 
Jos. Severance, " to Jan. 1, 1890, 
Wm. O'Xeil, labor on school yard 

1 l i I l I , • • , , « 

C. O. Skinner, labor 9 day's haying, 
Skinner, Ladd, Carter & Berry, " 



$151 


22 


84 


84 


7 


60 


13 


50 


12 


00 



$269 16 



126 

HOUSEHOLD LABOR. 

Minnie E. Pond, 1 yr. to Jail. 1, 1890, . . $104 00 

HOUSEHOLD GOODS. 

F. A. Walker & Co., ice chest, . $20 25 
Boston Betting Co., 100 ft. hose and 

fittings, ..... 

G. II. Darling, bed, spring & mattress 
John Flan ley, bed stead & mattress 
Webster, Folger & Co., one table, . 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., two ovens for 

range, ..... 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., stove, . 
J. W. Poland & Co., furnishings, 
E. G. Daland, 3 screens, . 



TOOLS AND GARDEN SKEDS. 

Cutler Bro.s., tools and seeds, . 
Ames Plow Co., seed drill machine, 
I. G. Floyd, tools and seeds, . 
J. Breck A Sons, mower tooth bolts, 

J. W. Locke, plow points. 



BLACKSMITH WORK. 

J. K. Mnnroc, shoeing horses & w'rk 



Geo. M. Kelley, 
II. A. Smith. 



(< 

i t 



14 


70 


9 


00 


G 


00 


6 


50 


G 


00 


5 


50 


3 


13 




75 


DS. 

$22 


;;; 


9 


00 


4 


43 


3 


30 


1 


40 


$47 


30 


9 


80 


2 


75 



HARNESS AND WAGON REPAIRS. 

Hy. Green, (Stoneham) 1 harness, . $24 00 
Sederqnest & Wannamake, wagon 

repairs, . . . . . 19 25 

J. E. Maxwell, harness repairs, . 11 30 

G. H. Hathaway, 1 horse blanket, . 6 50 
Wallace Kendall, carriage painting & 

repairs, ..... 6 25 

Cutler Bros., one horse cover, . . 2 25 



$71 83 



$40 8G 



$59 85 



$69 55 



127 



HARDWARE AND REPAIRS. 

E. I. Punington, carpenter repairs, . $24 56 
S. F. Littletield & Co., hardware to 

Jan. 20, 1890, .... 14 38 

o. II. Taylor, hardware, . 9 50 

MEDICAL EXPENSES. 

J. C. Oxley, Mgr., drags ft medicines $6 35 

FUEL EXPENSE- 

A. A. Mansfield, 1<> tons vgg coal at 



*»;.25, 


• 


• 


$62 50 


A. A. Mansfield, 10 tons stove 


coal 




at $6.50, . 


• • 

EXPENSES. 


65 00 


-TOOK 




J. ( '. Liffey, one cow, 


• 




^65 00 


J. S. Henry, 


• 




58 00 


John Landers, two cows, 


• 




105 00 


D. B. Fiske, one cow, 


• 




50 00 


Fred Stocker, .''> hogs, 


• 




30 00 


E. Tucker, one bull, 


• 




17 00 



FERTILIZERS AND MANURES. 

Joshua Barnes, 106 1-2 ft. manure at 

s * ' « • • • • • • 

II. L. Day, 55 ft. manure, 

Mrs. Ann Murray, 28 1-2 ft. manure, 

J. 11. Mansfield, 25 ft. manure, 

J. F. Woodward, 10 ft. manure, 

Cutler Bros., phosphates & plaster, . 

Denis Greany, 2 casks lime, 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Wakefield Water Co., rates to June 
1, 1890, 

Oliver Walton, funeral expenses, 
Sarah Nichols, .... 

J. G. Morrill, 1,046 lbs. straw, 



m 


55 


34 


38 


17 


83 


15 


62 


6 


25 


18 


55 


2 


30 



$40 00 

20 00 
11 51 



$48 44 



$127 50 



$325 00 



$161 48 



128 



Harrington & Greenough, ice, season 
of 1889, 

Town of Saugus, tax on marsh, 

C. W. Eaton, 2 yrs. sub'n Banner to 
Jan., 1891, . 

M. L. Cate & Co., lumber, 

J. W. Locke, expressage, 



8 


50 


4 


80 


4 


00 


2 


74 


2 


25 



$93 80- 



PERMANENT IMPltOVEM ENTS. 



Bolles, Kimball & AVildes, 4 reels 

wire fencing, . . . . $11 47 

J. Longfellow, 30 cedar posts, . . 9 00 

M. L. Cate & Co., boards and plank, 5 38 



$25 85 



Total expense at Almshouse, 
Less receipts from 

Actual inside expense. 



. $3,432 68 
. $1,351 64 

. $2,081 04 



DETAILED ALMSHOUSE RECEIPTS. 



From sale of milk, 
" " pork, 



wood, . 
4 cows, 
beeves, . 
pigs, . 
produce 1888, 
board, . 

school house fence, 
potatoes, 
hay, 

use of bull, . 
pasturing, 
Refunded by R. J. Daly, . 



1 1 
< t 

( 4 
(( 
II 

t< 
. . 
. ( 
(< 
% ( 
( i 



t t 
I I 
II 

i t 

14 
II 

II 
II 

( i 
t . 



1-2 cost, 



$652 


61 


127 


52 


111 


50 


104 


00 


55 


00 


97 


00 


65 


00 


30 


00 


22 


88 


22 


30 


19 


00 


18 


00 


5 


00 


21 


83 


$1,351 


64 



129 



ALMSHOUSE INVENTORY, FEBRUARY 1, 1890, 



LIVK STOCK. 



One Morgan mare, 

Bight cow- and one bull. 
Thirty-five hens, 
Twenty-four swine, . 



HAY, GRAIN AM) Y 

Twenty-five tons English hay, . 
Seven tons salt haw . 
Oats, com, meal and shorts, 

Forty-three cords manure, 

Fifty-two cords wood, 

Wood dcl'd by order of Overseers, 

Carriages and harnesses, 

Farm tools, .... 

Household goods, 
Fourteen tons coal, . 
Provisions, .... 



Total, . 
An increase fioni last year of 



>250 00 

556 00 

26 25 

222 00 



$1,048 25 



KEI>. 



$460 00 
84 00 
43 80 

258 00 

260 00 

29 75 

$575 00 
340 00 
672 00 

87 50 
110 00 



$587 80 



$547 75 



- $1,784 50 

. $3,968 30 
$244 80 



ALMSHOUSE INMATES, FEBRUARY 1, 1890. 



Walter Mayo, . 

Annette Mavo, . 

W in II. Piper, admitted Aug. 4, 

Robert II. Raddin, admitted May 18, 



29 years. 
39' " 
55 » 
83 » 



FOLLOWING WERE INMATES A PORTION OF THE YEAR. 



Sarah Nichols, died Aug 11, 
Patrick Deviue, left Nov. 21, 
.Mrs. Chas. Myers, left July 27, 
Willie «• *• 

Delia *■« ; - 



> . 



90 years. 
77' i. 

35 - 
5 « 

4 ** 



130 



(Mara Myers, left .July 27, . 

Samuel Emmons, admitted July 29, died Dec. 1(5 

March 29, left Apr. 20 
Oct. 7. " Oct. 17 



VVm. O'Neil, 
Herbert Eames, 
Mary Muse, 
John Muse, 
Denis Muse, 
George Muse. 
Benj. Muse, 



• » 



Nov. 



11 



11 Xov. IS 












2 years. 

84 

60 

9 
13 
11 

8 

6 

3 



orbes, H t'l 



WOOD DELIVERED FROM FARM TO FOLLOWING PERSONS. 

Barnard Derby, 1 cord, 
Peter Casey, 1 cord, . 
Patrick Farrington, alias F 
Jas. J. Moonev, 4 ft.. 
Susan ( 'avanagh 4 <% 
Jane Kelley, 3 " 
Margaret Merlins, alias K< 
Mrs. John Shea, 2 t'l., 
Te ire nee Kelley, 2 " 
Win. Barry, 2 " 

Martin Donahoe, 2 " 
Elizabeth Black, 1 " 



Idery, 2 ft 



s7 


00 


5 


00 


•> 




2 


50 


2 


50 


•> 


00 


1 


25 


1 


25 


1 


25 


1 


25 


1 


25 




75 


$29 


75 



GENERAL COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 
YEARS 1888 AND 1889. 

1888. 



Town Appropriation, 
Overseers' Cash Receipts, 
From Almshouse Sales, etc., . 
" Outside Sources, . 



1889. 
$5,000 00 $5,000 00 



1,313 45 

981 53 



1,351 G4 
7GG 12 



Totals, 

Paid by Overseers, 

Expense ef Almshouse Poor, 

Fixtures, 



. . 






$7,294 98 $7,117 7B 



. S2,859 19 $3,326 00 
398 96 106 68 



131 



Expense for Home Relief, . . $1,335 53 
those with settlement here, 506 50 
" elsewhere, 134 50 
" in hospitals, . . 1,977 96 

Tramps. ... HO 15 

Miscellaneous i . 4 70 



,311 16 

539 63 

35 30 

1,726 91 

68 20 

1 40 



$7,283 40 $7,115 28 



Balance unexpended, $11 49 

To which add, 

Amount due from cities and towns, 



$2 48 



$26 30 



Surplus this year, . 



$28 78 



132 



Auditors' Final Balance Sheet for the year, showing 



Town Debt, 

Interest on Town Debt, 

Support of Schools. 

School Contingent Fund. 

School Text Books and Supplies, 

Support of the Poor. 

Support of the Fire Department, 

Salaries of Town Officejs, 

Police Department, 

Salaries of Night Watchmen. 

Expense of Street Lamp-. 

Expense of Town House. 

Repairs of Town House, 

Miscellaneous Expenses, 

Highways and Bridges, 

Concrete Sidewalks and Crossings, 

Rental of Hydrants. 

Public Library, 

Public Reading Room, 

Memorial 1 )ay, 

Common and Park Improvement 

Fish Committee, 

Gong for Fast Ward. 

Hose for Volunteer Hose Co., 

Supt. of Fire Alajm, 

Clerk of School Committee, 

Greenwood and Spring Street-. 

Prospect Street, 

Drainage of Foundry District. 

Myrtle Avenue, 

Summit Avenue, 



apartment, 


together 


with the 


nexpended 


balance : 




84,000.00 


84,000.00 




3,300.00 


2,265.12 


$ 1,034.88 


18,200.00 


16,317.15 


1,882.85 


1,422.36 


1,224.38 


197.98 


1,400.00 


1,313.20 


86.S0 


7,117.76 


7,115.28 


2.48 


3,000.00 


3<° 2 5-94 


*25-94 


2,550.00 


2.550.00 




1,000.00 


835.81 


164.19 


1 .S00.00 


1,610.00 


190.00 


2, 100.00 


1,727.21 


372.79 


1,600.00 


1.772.50 


*i72.5o 


1 .200.00 


1,200.00 




4.500.00 


4o96.93 


♦96.93 


7.629.52 


7,899.42 


*2C)().()0 


500.00 


500.00 




3.920.00 


3,920.00 




1.299.13 


1.202.45 


96.68 


175.00. 


162.60 


I 2.4O 


200.00 


200.00 




450.00 


445-05 


4-95 


88.8S 


35-25 


53-63 


85.00 


8 3-3o 


1.70 


330.00 


330.00 




50.00 


50.00 




[ 00.00 


100.00 




500.00 


5 l 3-4Q 


♦13.40 


500.00 


500.00 




300.00 


300.00 




300.00 


300.00 




800.00 


800.00 




$70,417.65 


866,894.99 


$4,101.33 


""Overdraft, 


578.67 



$3,522.66 



133 



Report of the School Committee. 



The School Committee of the town of Wakefield, conforming 
to the statute requirements, respectfully submit for the considera- 
tion of its citizens a detailed report of the condition of the public 
schools located within its limits, for the year commencing January 
ist. [889 and ending December 31st, [889, 

As the town appropriated, with its accustomed liberality, at its 
annual meeting in April, [889, the amount of money which the 

mmittee considered necessary to secure and retain the services 
of competent teachers, and provide the schools with the sufficient 
number of text book- and quantity of supplies and other incidental 
means necessary to their support, the several schools have main- 
tained during the year, their usual standard of proficiency, and 
are at the present time in a successful condition. 

A large majority of our citizens realizing that the success of 
young persons, who aspire to engage in after life in some useful 
and profitable employment largely depends upon their intelligence, 
and knowing also, that intelligence is the main pillar upon which 
this republic chiefly rests, the town has from year to year liberally 
appropriated from its resources, the means to provide for all chil- 
dren living within its boundaries, the privileges and advantages 
for instruction in the various branches of education, essential to 
perform in a proper and intelligent manner the duties of an 
American citizen. The common schools being the foundation 
upon which the future and higher intelligence of a large majority 
of the children in this country rests, the committee urge with 
earnestness as in previous reports,, for all classes of citizens to 
support and maintain by their influence and votes the free system 
of public schools, and by their counsel to stimulate in the young 
an ambition to use their educational privileges, so as to derive all 
the benefits which they confer. 

ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL AM) EMPLOYMENT OF CHILDREN. 

The committee in their last annual report fully considered this 
subject, but it is evident from personal observation and informa- 



134 

tion, that many parents and guardians do not understand, that 
they are legally required to educate the children who are under 
their care and management before reaching 1 the age of sixteen 
years, and the employment of such children in certain business 
occupations is either forbidden or regulated by law. 

The attention of Mich parents and guardians is particularly 
directed to the fact, that the law requires every child between 
eight and fourteen years of age, for six years, to receive yearly 
twenty weeks schooling in some private or public school, where 
the branches of learning required in the common schools are 
taught, or has otherwise received an equivalent instruction in the 
same studies, unless the child is prevented from attending school 
or receiving instruction by BOme physical or mental disability. 

The law relating to the employment of children between eight 
and sixteen years of age. for compensation, is closely connected 
in principle and object to the law which guarantees and should 
secure to everv child a good common school education. This Law 
forbids the employment of any child under thirteen years of age 
in any factory, workshop, or mercantile establishment under any 
circumstances, or to engage in any inside work, or any kind of em- 
ployment for compensation during the daily sessions of the public 
schools in the place where the child resides, unless such child has 
attended school twenty weeks during the year next prior to such 
employment. 

The law also prohibits the employment of any child under 
fourteen years of age in any of said establishments, or to engage 
in any kind of occupation for compensation, except during the 
vacations of the public schools in the town or city where the child 
resides, unless the employer first signs a written statement giving 
a personal description of the child and his intention to employ 
him. and a certificate signed either by his father, mother or guar- 
dian stating when and where born, date of birth and age of 
the child, which certificate must be approved by some person ap- 
pointed bv the school authorities, and certified by him. that the 
child can read and write and has attended school twenty weeks as 
required bv law. 

The law applies to children under sixteen years of age, when 
employed in any situation or manner as therein described. It is 
the duty of employers, parents and guardians having children 
under their care and management between the ages mentioned, to 



135 

furnish, prepare and sign the necessary ticket and certificate. before 
they receive the approval of the school authorities, but as a rule 
during the year, children have .seen the committee and requested 
a permit to work for Mr. so and so. followed by the statement, 
•• he sent me for it." 

The committee are not required or allowed to issue working 
permits, but onl} approve and certify to certain facts, concerning' 
the child, known or believed to be true, in a stated manner or form 
which will legall) authorize an\ person to employ the child as 
pro\ ided 1>\ the law . 

I\i sons convicted of violating this law shall be punished by a 
tine not less than twent\ nor more than fifty dollars. Many 
parents in town during the year having the care and custody of 
children between the ages described, either from pecuniary neces- 
sity or a desire to swell their bank account, have transferred their 
children from the school room to factories and other places of 
manual employment. Statistical authority informs us that 17,000 
children under the age of fourteen years are employed in the state 
in the work of manufacturing, a large majority of whom, living 
: > exercise the rights and perform the duties of citizenship, will 
bring to their work a disordered physical system and a weak in- 
tellectual ability, for it is a -physiological fact that the bodily strength 
and mental faculties of those children who are daily confined to 
monotonous toil in factories and workshops and denied the school 
privileges provided by law, become seriously impaired before and 
after reaching maturity, therefore is it an advantage or a detriment 

accumulate wealth by the labor of children? 

"Ill lares the land to hastening ills a prey 
Where wealth aceumulates and men deeav." 

TRU W'CY. 

The committee are authorized to appoint two or more truant 
officers whose duty requires them to examine all known ca"ses of 
neglect to send children to school, and to prosecute, when directed 
by the committee, by a criminal prosecution, any parent or guardian 
who violates the law relating to the schooling- of children, also to 
investigate the cases of minor children, who are habitual truants, 
or wander about the streets or public resorts of the place where 
they reside without any lawful employment, or not attending 
school and growing up in ignorance. Children convicted of com- 



136 



mitting any of these offences are liable to be sent to some truant 
school, or other suitable situation provided for the purpose for a 
length of time according to the character of the offence and the 
reputation of the offenders. In the spring of 1889, the committee 
appointed Messrs. George H. Teague and William W. Bessey, 
truant officers, and from their report we learn, that they have in- 
vestigated nearly forty cases of truancy during the vear, having 
their attention directed to a large majority of the cases by the 
teachers. 

The committee and officers after ascertaining the facts and 
circumstances connected with each case did not consider it 
necessary or judicious to resort to the severe measures of a crimi- 
nal prosecution, but treated them with leniency and firmness, 
accompanied with kindness, for often it is chiefly through the 
failure of home training, or the want of any training at all, that 
this class of children are "more sinned against, than sinning, " 
therefore in dealing with them the severe penalties of the law 
should not be enforced until all other means fail to restrain them 
from continuing in their evil course of life, for persons confined in 
our penal institutions for crime generally lose the respect of 
others, and frequently self respect, therefore care should be exer- 
cised, before this unfortunate class are treated as incipient crimi- 
nals, for it has been wisely and truly said, ''the first step down- 
ward is to sink in the estimation of others, the next and fatal step 
is to sink in one's own estimation." 

NEW AND IMPROVED SCHOOL BUILDINGS. 

It is generallv a conceded fact among our citizens informed on 
the subject, that in certain localities of the town new and improved 
school accommodations are required to meet the present and 
future needs of the children herein residing. 

This subject was considered by the town at its annual meeting 
in April, 1S89, and referred to a committee of fifteen including 
the school committee, and their report will be presented to the 
town for its consideration at the next annual meeting in March. 
The question of necessity is obviously settled and only the ques- 
tion of location and expenses remains for adjustment. The school 
committee consider their duty performed when they have stated 
the facts connected with the subject, and leaving to the town, 
without argument, to fix the locality for the new building and to 



137 

make the necessary appropriations. The last annual school report 
contained the information, that certain schools located in the 
center of the town should be relieved from their crowded numbers 
and removed into more suitable and convenient accommodations. 
These schools comprised the Center ist Grammar, Center 3rd 
Grammar, Center 2nd Intermediate and Center 2nd Primary. 

The Hamilton Intermediate and the West Primary schools 
have been excessively crowded during the year, and the prospec- 
tive growth of the town in the western locality will increase 
rather than diminish the necessity of providing additional school 
accommodations. The committee have been informed by obser- 
vation and experience that parents prefer to send their children to 
school towards, rather than from the center; therefore they would 
recommend, if the town concludes to build only one school house, 
to build that one of sufficient dimensions, and locate it in the 
center of the town, so as to conveniently accommodate the largest 
number of scholars. 

It is difficult to harmonize all individual objections raised 
against building a school house in any particular locality There- 
tore, as a public measure, individuals should yield their personal 
objections, when their public rights are not denied, which they 
may have to any plan or system offering the greatest convenience 
and most benefit to the Largest number of citizens. This we 
believe to be the right policy of good citizenship. The Inter- 
mediate and Primary school rooms in the Franklin school 
house are so limited in dimensions and poorly ventilated for the 
number of children attending school therein, that we seriously 
question if a good husbandman with a moderate regard for his 
reputation as being a ' ; man merciful to his beast," in providing 
shelter for the safety and health of his stock, would have an equal 
number of young animals in these rooms in their present 
condition. 

The state authorities have called the attention of the committee 
to the necessity of making alterations and improvements in the 
building, which will remove the existing difficulty, and through the 
committee the town's attention -is directed to the same subject. 

VENTILATION. 

Study of any kind, the mere act of living, is a consuming- 
process. Air and food constitute the fuel for our bodies. If they 



138 

are poor the result will appear in languid, listless actions and feel- 
ing, and a disinclination, often a positive inability to perforin our 
work. 

If good air and an even temperature are required to maintain a 
healthy physical and mental system it is never more imperative 
than when the brain is busy and the body inactive. But that 
these atmospheric eonditions are not always present when they are 
most required, will be evident to any person visiting some of our 
overcrowded school rooms. In these rooms a close, disagreeable 
odor, especially pronounced during the winter months, when 
windows are necessarily closed, will be found to exist. 

Teachers cannot work with energy themselves nor obtain good 
results from their pupils without an adequate supply of fresh air. 

Frequent complaints of headaches from teachers and scholars 
in several of our overcrowded rooms have convinced us that it is 
imperative that the cause should at onci be removed. •• The 
cause of the trouble is commonly stated to be the presence of 
carbonic acid in the air which we inhale, • * * * hut so far from 
its being the principal evil in vitiated air, it is proved by experi- 
ment that a still larger proportion of carbonic acid than is con- 
tained in the close air of an unvcntilatcd room maybe mixed with 
ordinary air, and breathed without inconvenience. 

We must, then, seek further for sufficient causes for the foul 
condition of the air in an occupied room. We shall discover in 
it not only this deleterious acid, but in still greater proportion the 
watery vapor and the animal matter thrown off' by both lungs and 
skin. This vapor contains animal matter, which seems to putrefy 
almost immediately after being thrown into the air. It is the 
source of the vile odor in ill-ventilated rooms, and, in its effects on 
the health, is far more dangerous than carbonic acid gas. * 
Xo surer or more exact test than a well-educated nose has. as yet, 
been discovered to measure the amount of vitiated animal matter 
that is thrown into the air. The air we breathe is exhausted of 
its life-giving power after a few inhalations. We are then forced 
to conclude, from the nature of the evil, and from the imperative 
necessity of its entire removal, that no remedy can be successful, 
which does not ensure a full and complete renewal of the air in 
the room as often as it becomes foul or dead. Nothing less than 
an absolute change of the whole volume of air can accomplish 
the object. How often this must be done within a given time, 



139 

must depend upon the size of the room, and the number and age 
of the persons occupying it." 

The above is quoted from a paper by the late A. C. Martin, 
written about twenty years ago, and sanitary experts of the pres- 
ent day agree with Mr. Martin in all essential points. 

Prof. F. W. Draper says: "The ordinary conditions of the 
unrenewed air of a school room are quite enough to astonish us, 
if we stop a moment to think of them. For there are not only 
the inevitably vitiating effects produced by respiration and the 
constant activity of the skin in persons who are healthy and 
cleanly, but the additional exhalations proceeding from unclean 
bodies, from ill-odorcd mouths, from decaying teeth, from dirty 
clothing, too frequently accompany the school boy or school girl 
to the crowded room which is the scene of their daily tasks." 

"The act of respiration and the emanations from the person, 
which, though insensibly, are constantly taking place, yitiate it to 
a serious extent. But all good air contains about four parts of 
carbonic acid gas to 10,000, which amount may be slightly 
increased by the admixture of human breath, without rendering 
it close and offensive. Suppose fifty children are confined in a 
school room twenty feet by thirty, and ten feet high. These 
children will spoil about one hundred and fifty feet of air in one 
minute, or nine thousand feet per hour, or twenty-seven thousand 
feet in three hours, a usual half day's session. But the room 
holds only six thousand eubic feet of air, the whole of which 
these children would spoil in forty minutes. Does not this 
simple fact show the absolute necessity of ventilation?" 

Regarding the " standard of the best authorities," while they 
differ somewhat, as to the exact amount of fresh air necessary, it 
is agreed that a fair average is about ten thousand cubic feet per 
hour, or about thirty-three feet per minute. This is upon the 
basis of two hundred and fifty cubic feet of air space in the room 
to each scholar. If the room is small or overcrowded then the 
air must be changed much oftener than with the above conditions. 
Dr. J. G. Pinkham of Lynn, who made an extended report in the 
19th annual report of the State Board of Health, on the ventila- 
tion of school rooms says : 

•• A reasonable estimate of the amount of fresh air required by 
the pupils of an ungraded school would be two thousand cubic 
feet eaoh per hour. For a school room containing ten thousand 



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cubic feet of air-space, and accommodating forty-five pupils, this 
would mean that eightv thousand cubic feet of fresh air must be 
supplied each hour, or that the air of the room must be changed 
completely once in every seven and one-half minutes. The im- 
possibility of effecting such a result in cold weather, and of 
keeping the room warm at the same time, with the means of 
heating and ventilating in common use, must be apparent to 
any one ; and without regard to the temperature of the room, it 
would be difficult to effect it except by means of widely opened 
windows or doors, and a strong breeze blowing directly in. * * * 
It air should enter at the rate of two hundred lineal feet per min- 
p Ute — a liberal estimate — the amount supplied would be ten thou- 
sand cubic feet per hour, — just one-eighth of what would be 
needed. * * * * and we ^till do not have enough to prevent the 
air of the room from becoming decidedly foul, and remaining so 
during a considerable portion of the time when the school is in 
session. Hut even this limited air supply involves a certain 
amount of danger in cold weather from drafts and unequal heat- 
ing. The evil is not imaginary • It is extremely common for 
children who are compelled to sit near open windows in school 
rooms to complain of the draft, and to take cold from this cause." 

W e might quote indefinitely from equally reliable sources, and 
it\\ would agree in essential points winch are not theoretical 
simply, but which have been proved practical and sensible. 

In January, [889, an order was received by the committee from 

J. T. White. Inspector, and approved by Rltfus Wade, Chief of 

the District Police, to improve the ventilation of the High School 

building, the old High and Grammar school buildings, and the 

Franklin street building, to the standard of the best authorities. 

In consideration of the fact that the town were considering the 
erection of a new school building, which might relieve two of the 
buildings, the matter by consent of the state authorities was 
allowed to rest for the time, but now at the end of another year 
we find ourselves practically in the same condition as one year 
ago. It is hardly to be supposed that the state authorities will as 
readily acquiesce in another postponement. 

The act under which the above order was issued, was passed 
March 20, icSSS and can be found in the Acts and Resolves of 
that year. Chap. 149. 

This law impresses one as being extreme in its provisions. Hut 



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what docs it require? Simply that public buildings including 
school houses, shall be kept clean and supplied with wholesome 
air, through some approved method of ventilation, and provided 
\\ ith suitable water closets. 

This law cannot fail ultimately to result in great good to the 
pupils in our schools b\ directing public attention and the atten- 
tion of School Boards to a most important question, and one not 
well understood. 

Chief Wade s;i\s in his annual report in regard to appliances: 
•' II is no part of th* duties of the Inspection Department of the 
District Police to designate what particular system or method of 
\iiitilation is most effective, and t<> insist upon the adoption of 
the selected scheme. The results which can be reached and de- 
termined after proper investigation are what we expect or require." 
Briefly stated the} require the introduction to school rooms of a 
veiy much larger amount of pure air than formerly, and the 
removal of the foul air, and that this shall be done in such a 
manner as to keep the rooms of even temperature ami free from 
drafts. Systems and appliances are left entirely to the discretion 
of School Boards. 

In January, [889, '^ m ^ ># Perkins, civil engineer of Lynn, 
Mass., who had charge of the improvements in ventilation of 
some of the Lynn school buildings, was engaged by the Commit- 
to make estimates of the cost of ventilating the buildings 
mentioned, and the results were reported at the annual town 
meeting in April. 

The town voted to refer the matter to the School Committee 
for investigation and to obtain plans and detailed estimates of the 
expense. The School Committee employed Mr. Perkins to make 
those estimates, and he has submitted two plans, one being essen- 
tially the same as that used ^.iccessfully in some of the Lynn 
school buildings by jacketed stoves : the other plan being to heat 
by furnaces. 

In the High School building it is proposed to heat and ventilate 
the entire building below the third floor by means of one piece. 
This plan contemplates heating by steam ; a necessity long recog- 
nized by your committee, as the furnaces now in use are inade- 
quate even for present requirements, and it must be evident that 
with the supply of fresh air so largely increased, a corresponding- 
increase of heating capacity is demanded. 



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The following estimates include the cost of heaters, steam 
apparatus for High School building, and the construction of the 
requisite ventilating chimney stacks and all connecting flues. 

The estimates for the two systems are as follows : 

JACKETED STOVES. 

Old High School building, . . . . . $1,122 00 

Grammar " " ..... !? 2 30 00 

Franklin St. School, (present size) .... 804 00 



BY GOLD'S HYGEIAN HEATElif 



$3,156 OO 



Old High School building, ..... $1,809 3° 

Grammar " **...... 2,070 7 s 

Franklin St. building, . . . . . 1,300 00 



$5, 1 So 05 
Estimate for heating and ventilating the High School 

building (by steam) ..... $3,428 00 

While the second system is the most expensive to introduce, 
there is a very large saving in fuel and labor over the jacketed 
stove system. 

SCHOOL BUILDINGS. 

The sub-committee on prudential affairs have the general care and 
oversight of the school buildings for the purpose of keeping them in 
repair and the grounds and fences around them. The expenses con- 
nected with this department have not increased for several years, the 
appropriation for the past four being $1300, and for three years 
previous to the last four $2700, $2000 and $1500 respectively. Some 
of the yards require grading against the concrete walks, and new 
fences should be built around a portion of Academy Hill. Many of 
the land owners adjoining the Hill, ^f not all, claim that the town 
should pay all of the expense incurred in building the fences, but the 
committee do not understand that any different principle applies in 
this case than is generally applied when abutters build division fences 
between their adjoining lands, each being required to pay his propor- 
tional part of the cost. 

All of the school buildings, except the High and Hamilton, should 
be painted for their general appearance and protection from the 
weather. A special appropriation should be made by the town this 
year for this purpose, and it would be a wise, practical measure for 



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the town to appropriate yearly a certain amount of money to be used 
at the discretion of the committee in painting the school buildings 
which most require it. This course of action would remove the 
s i t \* of making a large appropriation at any given time for this 
purpose, and keep the buildings in a better condition for the future 
than they have been in the past. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

( )ur report presents the record of the usual characteristics con- 
cerning our schools which have appeared iu former reports. 

Harmony, whicfe is so essential to secure the desired purpose for 
which our schools were established and are maintained, has prevailed 
between the school authorities, teachers, parents and scholars. 
Teachers have applied themselves with fidelity and zeal to their 
work, the scholars have generally been faithful and diligent in their 
studies, and parents, if not accepting, have not complained of the 
results attained by the schools as unsatisfactory. Under these favor- 
ing circumstances, the progress of the several schools in their line of 
work has been constant and progressive, and their present condition 
merits public approval. 

STATISTICS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN. 

Number of children in town May ist, 1889 between the ages of 5 
and i5 years, as reported by Mr. William W. Bessey, census taker: 

Number of children. 
" males, 
" females, 
attending school, . 
not attending school, 






REASONS GIVEN FOR NON-ATTENDANCE AT PUBLIC SCHOOL 

Working, .... 
Too young, .... 
Out of town, 
Attending private school. 
Not vaccinated, . 
Reasons not given. 

olCK, ..... 



GENERAL 



Number of schools, 
High School, 
Grammar Schools, 



STATISTICS. 



. 1258 


607 


. 651 


• 1144 


114 


.s. 


312 


. 64 


5 


4 


4 


20 


• . 5 


24 


1 


9 



144 



Intermediate Schools, 
Primary Schools, . 
Ungraded Schools, 
Number of teachers, 
Male, . 
Females, 



PUPILS. 



Largest number attending school, 
Smallest " " ' ; 

Number attending school Januarv ist, 1889, 

1st, 1890, 
Percentage of attendance. . 



5 
6 

o 

1 

29 



1260 
985 

1 105 

.87 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

Number of Primary Schools, ...... 6 

scholars 418 

" " teachers, 8 

This is one of the most important grades in our common school 
system and should receive that support from the public, care and 
attention from the school authorities, as will secure and retain that 
class of teachers who are especially qualified by natural and acquired 
abilities to manage and discipline young children when commencing 
their school life. It is desirable to have the services of competent 
teachers in every grade of schools, and more especially in this grade, 
for it has been truly said, "The teacher of a Primary School sweetens 
or embitters the waters at the foundation." 

At the commencement of the fall term more scholars entered the 
Hamilton Intermediate School than the room would accommodate, 
consequently several pupils were transferred to the West Primary, 
classifying that school into two Intel mediate and two Primary 
grades. Increasing the number of scholars and classes required an 
increase in the teaching force, and Miss M. A. Currier was appointed 
assistant teacher. Both instructors are obliged to conduct their 
school exercises in the main school room, having no other place, 
which on account of the disturbance necessarily produced in the 
school by this joint action, seriously interferes and prevents the 
teachers and scholars from realizing the best results from their labors. 
- Miss A. E. Tucker, assisted by Miss H. Horton, instructed the 
Centre 2nd Primary until the close of the Summer term, when Miss 
Tucker resigned in consequence of ill health. At the commence- 
ment of the fall term Miss Carrie L. Mason was appointed principal 
and Mrs. Florence Allen assistant teacher. 



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Miss E. F. Emerson, teacher in Centre Primary No. i, after four 
irs of successful service in our primary schools, resigned, to fill a 
similar situation in Maiden for a larger compensation than she 
received from this town, and Miss Clara P. Riggs, a teacher of 
excellent attainments for the position, was appointed, and has had 
charge of tlu* school since Sept. ioth, 1889. 



( ENTRE FIRST PRIMARY SCHOOL 



) Clara P. Riggs. 
42. 
40.09 

37-23 
8S.46 



Teachers. — E. F. Em] RSON, (Resigned Sept. 1889 
Number of scholars, ..... 
Average membership, ..... 
Average attendance, ..... 
Per cent, of attendance, .... 

I i:\T BOOKS DELIVERED. 

Text Books. 
Franklin New First Reader, - - 5 

Supplies. 

y for Moulding, - r - -5 lbs. Common Lead Pencils, - - 2 doz. 

Paper for folding, - - - - J ]>k. Drawing Pencils, - - - - 2 doz. 

Blocks, Cubes and Bricks, - - -100 Crayons, ------- 1 box 

Toy Money & Word Tablets, 2 boxes sponges, --------.57 

orted Sticks, ----- 1000 Reward Cards, ----- 12 pks. 

Ruled slates, -------8 Drawing Paper, - - - 50 sheets. 

Slate Pencils, ----- 5 boxes Music Chart, ------- 1 

CENTRE SECOND PRIMARY SCHOOL. 

1 eachers. — A. E. Tucker, (Resigned Sept. 1889.) H. Horton, 
(Resigned Sept. 1889.) Carrie L. Mason, Florence Allen. 

Number of scholars, 
Average membership, . 
Average attendance, 
1'er cent, of attendance. 



132. 

73-5 
63.8 

86.8 



Text Books. 



Franklin First Reader, - - - - 5 Music Reader, 1 

Parkers First Books, ----- 18 

Supplies. 

Ruled Slates, - - 12 Sponges, .50 

Slate Pencils, ----- 4 boxes Colored Sticks, ----- 1 box 

Common Lead Pencils, - 4 1-2 doz. Imitation Coin,- - - - - - 1 box 

Pens, -------- - 1 box Anagrams, ------ - 1 box 

Crayons, ------- 2 boxes Word Tablets .------ 1 box 

Note Paper, ------ 1 ream Pointer, --------- J 

Rulers, 50 



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GREENWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL 

J. ccLCQCr, ....... 

Number of scholars, ..... 
Number of Primary scholars Dec. 31st, '89, . 
Number of Intermediate scholars Dec. 31st, '89, 
Average membership, ..... 
Average attendance, ..... 
Per cent, of attendance. .... 



N. H. Thayer. 

34. 
16. 

8, 

22.87 
20.74 
90.67 



Text Books. 



Music Readers, - 
Physiologies, 







Prac. Lessons in the use of 
English, ----- 







Supplies. 



Drawing Paper, - - - -49 sheets 

Slate Pencils, ------ 1 box 

Drawing Pencils, - - - - -1 tloz. 

Practice Paper, - - - - 1 ream 

Primary Practice Paper, - 2 reams 
Crayons, -- 1 box 



Report Cards and Envelopes, - - 18 

Writing Books, 23 

Rewards Cards, - - - - 13 pks. 

Drawing Books, ------ 9 

Merits, - - 5 pks. 



FRANKLIN PRIMARY SCHOOL. 
Teacher, 

Number of scholars, 
Average membership, 
Average attendance, 
Per cent, of attendance, 



M. A. Brown. 
64. 
43.61 
37.06 
84.98 



Text Books. 



Franklin First Reader, 
Franklin New First Reader, 



- 12 . Franklin Primary Arithmetic, - 15 

- 11 Bartley's Record Book, - - - - 1 
Monroe's Reader, 12 

Supplies. 

Colored Splints, - - - - -1 box Crayons, -------- l box 

Ruled Slates, - 18 Sponges, - - - - 24 

Slate Pencils, ----- 4 boxes Merits, 11 pks. 

Common Lead Pencils, - - 1 doz. Reward Cards, ----- 13 doz. 
Primary Practice Paper, - 1 ream 



HAMILTON PRIMARY SCHOOL. 

Teacher, 

Number of scholars, 
Average membership, 
Average attendance, 
Per cent, of attendance, 



E. E. Howlett. 
82. 

56.5 
50.8 

89.9 



Text Books. 
Interstate Primer & lst.Reader, 15 Franklin Adv'd 2nd- Reader, - 



2: 



•> 



147 



SI itt' Pencils, - - - - 

union Lead Pencils, - 
Practice Paper, - - ■ 
Examination Paper; - - 
Primary Practice Paper, 
Blackboard Erasers, - - 



Supplies. 

- 1 box Reward Cards. 

-2doz. Crayons, - - 

1 ream Sponges, - - 

1 i earn Music Chart, 

1 ream Pointer, - - 



8 pk-. 

• 1 box 

• - fcj 
- 1 

- - 1 



o 



WEST PRIMARY SCHOOL. 

Teachers CM. Murdock 

Number of scholars, . . . . . 

Number of Primary scholars Dec. 31st, '89, . 

Number of Intermediate scholars, Dec. 31st, ,89, 

Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent, of attendance. .... 



. H. . 


\. 


Cu 


RRIKK. 

43- 
16. 

48.16 

39-42 
81.86 



Franklin First Reader, - - - 
Franklin New First Header, - 



5 

23 



Composition Blanks. - - - - - 10 
Building Blocks, - - - - -2 doz. 

Killed Slates, 12 

Slates, 4 

Slate Pencils, 4 boxes 

Examination Paper, - - - 1 ream 
Primary Practice Paper, - 1 ream 



Text Book*. 

Franklin New Second Reader, - 14 
New Pron. Speller, - - - - - 11 

Supplies. 

Crayons, --------l box 

Drawing Books, ------ 18 

Writing Books, ------ 5 

Writing Books, Primary, - - - 19 

Sponges, ----39 

Ink, --------1 bottle 

Pitch Pipe, -------- 1 



INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS. 

Number of graded schools, ...... 5. 

Number of Interm. scholars attending school Dec. 31/89, 405. 

Number of teachers, ...... 5. 

This is one grade in advance of the Primary and divided into three 
divisions, known as the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Intermediate schools or 
classes. 

The 1st, 2nd and 3rd Centre Intermediate Schools contain only- 
one division while the Franklin and Hamilton schools of this grade 
contain two divisions, because the number of scholars belonging to 
any one division living within the limits of the two last mentioned 
school districts, are not sufficient to furnish pupils enough to make a 
school of suitable size. Schools of this grade are in a successful 
condition, and the scholars are learning "the cardinal lessons of 
punctuality, promptness, cleanliness, silence, industry, self-controJ, 
attention and application." Miss Lucy E. Evans, teacher of the 
Centre 2nd Intermediate School, after six years of faithful and effi- 



148 



cient services, resigned her position in Sept., to accept an appoint- 
ment as instructor in a school at Arlington, and Miss E. R. Sanborn 
was transferred from Woodville school to the vacant situation. 

CENTRE FIRST INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 



Teacher, 

Number of scholars, 
Average membership, 
Average attendance, 
Per cent, of attendance, 



Miss H. Ella Charles. 

53- 
47.76 

43.94 
92.00 



Ttxt Boohs. 



Music Readers, - 3 

New Pron. Speller, ----- 10 
Geography, Small, ----- 40 



Bartley's School Record, 
Teachers' Account Book, 



1 

1 



Stl])])li< N. 



Spelling Blanks, ------ GO 

Composition Blanks, - - - 108 
Drawing Paper, - - - GO sheets 
Note Paper, ------ 1 ream 

Ruled Slates, - - 4 



Slates, ---------- 32 

Slate Pencils, ----- 4 boxes 
Common Lead Pencils, - - -1 doz. 



Drawing Pencils, - 
Erasive Rubbers, - 



doz. 



36 



Pens, --------3 boxes 

Pen Holders, 5 doz. 

Examination Paper, - - - 3 reams 
Practice Paper, - - - - 1 ream 

Primary Practice Paper, - 4 reams 
Blotters, ------ 1 1-2 pks. 

Report Cards and Envelopes, - - GO 
Drawing Books, ------ 55 

Writing Books, ------ 5S 

Pitch Pipe, -------- 1 



CENTRE SECOND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 



Teachers. — Lucy E. Evans, (Resigned Sept. '89) E. R. 

Number of scholars, . . 

Average membership, ...... 

Average attendance, ...... 

Per cent, of attendance, ..... 

Text Books. 



San horn. 



Franklin Third Reader,'- - - - 12 

Music Readers, ------- 50 

New Pron. Spellers, ----- 36 

Geography, Small, ----- 7 



64. 

55-6 
50.66 
91. 1 

Franklin Elm. Arithmetic, - - 14 
Sticks, Child's Pic. of Language, 60 
Bartley's School Record, - - - 1 



Supplies. 



Spelling Blanks, ------ 66 

Composition Blanks, - - - - 103 

Crayons, ------- -lbox 

"Slate Pencils, ----- 4 boxes 

Drawing Pencils, - - - - 10 doz. 

Pens, ---------l box 

Examination Paper, - - - 2 reams 
Practice Paper, ----- 2 reams 

Primary Practice Paper, - 3 reams 



Blackboard Erasers, 



- 2 



Rulers, --__ --.-.4 

Blotters, - - - 1 pk. 

Report Cards and Envelopes, - 84 

Drawing Books, 49 

Writing Books, ----- 122 

Sponges, ___i5 

Tin Cup, 1 



149 



CENTRE THIRD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 



Teacher, 

Number of scholars, 
Average membership. 
Average attendance, • . 

Per cent, of attendaiv 



Franklin Second Render, - - 
mklin Advanced S. Reader, 



L.J 



Mansfield. 

50- 
41.66 

38.10 

91. 



T> it Hooks. 

- 14 Franklin Primary Arithmetic, 

- 12 

Supplies, 



1 •• 
to 



II for Desk, - 1 

Primary Practice Paper, - 3 reamt 
Craj ons, -------- 1 box 



Drawing Books, ------ 22 

Writing Books, - ------ 36 

Sponges, --------- 4^ 



Teacher, 
Number of scholars 
Average membership, 
Average attendance, 
Per cent, of attendance. 



Franklin Second Reader, - - 
Franklin New Second Reader, 
Franklin New Third Reader, - 



HAMILTON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 

Fannie E. Carter. 



Text Books. 



- 6 

- 80 

- 20 



New Pron. Speller, - - - 
Franklin Elm. Arithmetic, 



Suppliei 



SI ales. ---------- K 

Slate Pencils, ----- -lbox 

Drawing Pencils, - - - - 3 do/,. 

Examination Paper, - - - 1 ream 
Primary Practice Paper, - 5 reams 



53- 

5 11 
47.09 

92.15 



8 
8 



Plotters, ------- 12 pk. 

Report Cards and Envelopes, - - 30 
Drawing Books, ------ 81 

Writing Books,- ----- 109 

Sponges, --------- 53 



FRANKLIN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 



Teacher, 

Number of scholars, 
Average membership, 
Average attendance, 
Per cent, of attendance, 



Franklin Second Reader, - - 
Swinton's Third Reader, - - 
New Pron. Speller, - - - - 
Franklin Primary Arithmetic, 



M. E. Kelly 
38. 

34.7 
30.9 

89. 



Text Books. 



4 
9 

1 
2 



Music Readers, - - 34 

Physiologies, 



Record Book No. 1, ----- 1 
Record Book No. 2, ----- 1 



150 

Supplies. 

SJ.ates, ----- 6 Primary Practice Paper, - 3 reams 

Slate Pencils, 4 boxes Crayons, 1 box 

Common Lead Pencils, - - 8 doz. Report Cards and Envelopes, - - 36 

Drawing Pencils, - - - - 3 doz. Drawing Books, ------ 33 

Pens, 1 box Writing Books, ------ 01 

Examination Paper, - - - 1 ream Sponges, - 30 

GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

Number of schools, ........ 9. 

Number of Grammar scholars attending school, . „ 369. 

Number of teachers, ....... 10. 

This grade is arranged into four divisions, known as the Advanced, 
First, Second and Third Grammar schools or classes. The Green- 
wood, Franklin and West schools each contain the Third Cram- 
mar and one or more divisions of the Intermediate grade, for 
the same cause which makes it a necessity to have different grades in 
some of the Intermediate schools. The general efficiency and suc- 
cess of the Grammar schools during the year is the combined result 
of duties well and faithfully performed by the teachers, and the 
degree of interest manifested by the scholars in their school work. 
Only two changes of teachers have occurred during the year in this 
department of our schools. Miss Mattie E. Bruce, who taught the 
Centre 1st Grammar until the close of the summer term, resigned, 
and Miss L. F. Ingram, formerly a teacher in our schools, but who 
had been absent for one year, at her personal request for rest and 
study, was appointed to fill the vacant situation. Miss C. P. Riggs, 
assistant teacher in the Advanced Grammar school, having accepted 
the teacher's position in the Centre 1st Primary, Miss Alice S. Apple- 
ton of Marblehead, a lady of excellent teaching qualifications, 
received the appointment to the assistant's position vacated by Miss 
Riggs. 

GREENWOOD GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Teacher, . . . . . . . . M. P. Whitman. 

Number of scholars, ...... 

-Number of Grammar scholars Dec. 31st 1889, 
Number of Intermediate scholars Dec. 31 '89, 
Average membership, ...... 

Average attendance, ...... 

Per cent, of attendance, ...... 



35- 
1 1. 

20. 

28.66 

26.08 

ci.oi 



151 



Text Books. 



Franklin New Fourth Reader, - 5 
Swinton's Third Reader, - - - 1 

Music Reader, - -2 

New Pron. Speller, ----- 9 

Geography, large, ------ lo 

Geography, small, 2 



Colburn's Mental Arithmetic, 
Franklin Written Arithmetic, 
Swinton's Lan. Lessons, - - 
Bible Manuel, ------ 

Prac. Lessons in English, - - 
Bartley's School Record, - - 



Spelling Blanks, ------ 36 

Composition Blanks, - - - - 36 

Ruled Slates, 4 

Slates, ------'-- - - 4 

Slate Pencils, ----- 2 boxes. 

Common Lead Pencils, - - 8 doz. 
Drawing Pencils, - - - 8 1-2 doz. 

P< OS, -------- 1 box. 



Supplies. 

Pen Holders 



12 
8 
3 
1 

14 
1 



2 doz. 

Crayons, - - - - - 2 boxes. 

Blotters, ------- 1-2 pks. 

Report Card and Envelopes, - - 36 
Drawing Books, ------ 36 

Writing Books, - 38 

Sponges, ---------24 

Bay State Blanks, _----! 



WEST GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Teacher, 

Number of scholars, ..... 
Number of Grammar Scholars Dec. 31, '89, . • 
Number of Intermediate scholars Dec. 31, '89, 
Average membership, ..... 

A\ erage attendance, 

Per cent, of attendance, .... 

Text Books. 



B. I. Cooper. 

Si- 

16. 

26. 

43-45 

38.55 
88.7 



w Pron. Speller, ----- 9 
Geography, Large, ----- 22 
Geography, small, ----- 6 



Franklin Written Arithmetic, - 6 
Bartley's School Record, - - - 1 



Supplies. 



Spelling Blank.*, ------ 54 

Composition Blanks, - - - - - 54 

Slates. ------ -..-- § 

Slate Pencils, ----- 2 hoxes. 

Pens, -------- 1 box. 

Examination Paper, - - - 1 ream. 
Crayons, ------- 1 box. 



Rulers, --------- 24 

Blottters, ------- 2 pks. 

Repott Cards and Envelopes, - - 50 
Drawing Books, ------ 54 

Writing Book?, ------ 54 

Spouses, --------- l:4 



FRANKLIN GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Teacher, Carrie S. Russell. 

Number of scholars, 57. 



Number of Grammar scholars Dec. 31, '89, . 
Number of Intermediate scholars Dec. 31, '89. 
Average membership, ..... 
Average attendance, ..... 
Average per cent, of attendance, . 



27. 

3°- 
49.69 

44.98 
9°-5 



1(12 



Text Books. 



Franklin New Fourth Reader, 
Music Readers, ------ 

New Pron. Speller, - - - - 
Geography, Large, - - - - 
Geography, Small, - - - - 



2 


26 
24 
24 



Franklin Written Arithmetic, 
Franklin Elm. Aritmetic, - - 
Dictionaries, ------ 

Blank Books, ------ 



12 

6 

12 

t 



Supplies. 



Spelling Blanks, 



50 



Composition Blanks, - - - - -30 

Slates, ---------- 

Slate Pencils, ----- 5 boxes. 

Common Lead Pencils, - - 3 doz. 
Erasive Rubber, ------ 25 

Pens, -------- 1 box. 

Pen Holders, ----- 4 doz. 

Practice Paper, - - - - 1 ream. 



Primary Practice Paper, - I ream. 

Crayons, --2 boxes. 

Blackboard Erasers, ----- 8 

Blotters, ------- i pks. 

Report Cards and Envelopes, - - 00 
Drawing Books, ------ 55 

Writing Books, ------ 55 

Inks, -------2 bottles. 



Teacher, 



HAMILTON SECOND GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

C. E. Emerson; 



Number of scholar 
Average membership. 
Average attendance, 
Per cent, of attendance. 



Franklin New Fourth Header, 

.• Pron. Speller, - - - - 

Geography, Large, - - - - 



47- 
41.1 

33.7 
94.1 



Text Books. 



1 
10 

12. 



Colburn's Mental Arithmetic, 
Prac. Les. on use of English, 



45 

1 



Supplies. 



Composition Blanks, ----- 00 

Slates, ---------- 12 

Mate Pencils, ----- 2 boxes. 

Drawing Pencils, - - - - i doz. 

Pens, --------3 boxes. 

Examination Paper, - - -3 reams. 
Practice Paper, - - - - -2 reams. 



Primary Practice Paper. - 1 ream 
Blotters, ------- 1-2 pk. 

Report Cards and Envelopes, - - 45 
Drawing Books, - - - - - -46 

Writing Books, ------ 48 

Sponges, ---------24 



HAMILTON FIRST GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 



Teacher, 

Number of scholars, 
Average membership, . 
Average attendance, 
Per cent, of attendance. 



Franklin New Fifth Reader, - 
New Pron. Speller, - - - - 

Geography, Large, - - - - 
Franklin Written Arithmetic, 



M. Annie Warren, 

37- 
354 

33- 6 
94.6 



Text Books. 



- 39 

- 5 

- 10 

- 10 



Colburn's Mental Arithmetic, - 1 
Barnes' History U. S., - - - -25 
Swinton's Lan. Lessons, - - - G 



153 



inposition Blanks, ----- 80 

Slates, ---------- 10 

Drawing Pencils, - - - - 1 doz. 

- - - - - - - - 2 boxes. 

araination Paper, - - -5 reams. 
Primary P ce Paper, - 1 roam. 



Supplies. 

Crayons, ------- 1 box. 

Blotters, --------- l-a pks. 

Report Cards and Envelopes, - - 40 
Drawing Books, ------ 40 

Writing" Books, ------ 40 



CENTRE THIRD GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 



Teach or. 

imber of scholars, 
Average membership, 
Average attendan 
Per cent, of attendance, 



S. JO. WlLKlNS. 

59- 
49.89 

46.48 

93.16 

t Hooks. 
- 6 Franklin Written Arithmetic. - 17 



Col burn' a Mental Arithmetic, - 2 
Swinton's Language Lessons, - 1 



Franklin Fourth Reader, 
Musk Reader, - - - - I 

New l'ron. Speller, - - - - - 7 
iphy, Large, ----- 4'.) 

Supplies. * 

Examination Paper, 
Practice Paper, 



Composition Blanks,- - - - - 48 
Drawing Paper, sheets, - - - 80 

- - '-23 

ite Pencils, ----- 4 boxes. 

< 'ommon Lead Pencils, - - 1 doz. 
Drawing Pencils. - - - - 5 doz. 

sive Rubber. ------ :',i) 

Pens, ---------j boxes. 

1 Holders. ----- 4 doz. 



8 reams. 
-2 reams. 

- 1 ream. 

- 2 boxes. 



Primary Practice Paper, 
Crayons, ----- 

Blotters, ------ 1-2 pk. 

Report Cards and Envelopes, - - 58 
Drawing Books ------ 48 

Writing Books, ------ 42 

Note Paper, ----- 1-2 ream. 



Teacher. 



CENTRE SECOND GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

M. E. McLaughlin 



Number of scholars. 
Average membership. 
Average attendance, 
Per cent, of attendance, 

Text Hooks. 

Geography, Large, - - - - - 30 Colburn's Mental Arithmetic, 
Franklin Written Arithmetic. - 22 Bartley's Daily Record Book, 

Supplies. 

Crayons, - - - - - 2 boxes. 



5 2 - 
49-3 
45-9 
93- 1 



- 81 

- 1 



Composition Blanks, - - - - 104 

Slates, ---------- G 

Slate Pencils, ----- 3 boxes. 

Pens, --------3 boxes. 

Pen Holders, ----- 3 doz. 

Examination Paper, - - 3 reams. 
Practice Paper, - - - 3 reams. 



Blotters, ------- 1-2 pk. 

Reward Cards and Envelopes, - 54 
Drawing Books, ------ 53 

Ink, --------l bottle. 

Primary Practice Paper, - 1 ream. 



Teachers, 

Number of scholars 



CENTRE FIRST GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

L. F. Ingram, Mattie Bruce, (Resigned). 



33- 



154 



Average membership, 
Average Attendance, 
Per cent, of attendance. 



Franklin Fiftli Reader, new, 
Geography, Large, - - - 



. • • • • ■ 35*3 

• • • • • * \ 1 iO 

90. 
Text Books. 

- 2 Franklin Written Arithmetic, - 7 

- 29 S win ton's Language Lessons, - 2. 



Supplies. 



Spelling Blanks, 40 

Composition Blanks, 45 

Slate Pencils, ----- l box. 
Common Lead Pencils, - - 4 doz. 
Drawing Lead Pencils, - - 4 doz. 

Pens. -2 boxes. 

Pen Holders, ----- 4 doz. 



Examination Paper, - - -5 reams. 
Crayons, ------- 1 boz. 

Blotters, 1-2 pk. 

Reward Cards and Envelopes, - 45 
Drawing Books, ------ 45 

Writing Books, 45 

Ink, -1 bottle. 



ADVANCED GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Teachers, M. E. Wkntworth, Alice S. Applkton, Clara P. RiGGS, 
(Resigned.) 



Number of scholars. 
Average membership, 
Average attendance, . . 
Per cent, of attendance. 



Irvine's Sketch Book, 
Bible Manual, - - - 



Text lioohs. 

- G Barnes' History U. S., - 

- 1 Teachers Account Book, 

SupplU 8. 



69. 

56.6 

53-5 
94-5 



- - 6 

- - 1 



Composition Blanks, - - - - 40 

Spelling Blanks, ------ 98 

Drawing Paner Sheets, - - - 150 
Slates, --*-------- 12 

Slate Pencils, ----- l box. 

Drawing Pencils, - - - - 11 doz. 

Erasive Rubbers, ----- 120 

Pens, -------- 3 boxes. 



unination Paper, - - -5 
Practice Paper, - - - - 2 

Crayons, ------- 

Rulers, ------- 

Blotters, ------- 

Report Cards and Envelopes, 
Drawing Books, - - - - 

Writing Books, - - - - 



reams. 

reams. 

1 box. 

- - 24 
1-2 pk. 

- - 60 

- 11G 

- - 59 



UNGRADED SCHOOLS. 

The ungraded or mixed schools are located in Montrose, Wood- 
ville and North Ward, and each school contains the Grammar, Inter- 
mediate and Primary grades, consisting of one Grammar, three 
Intermediate and two Primary classes. The number of classes in 
three different grades renders it impossible for the teachers to give 
the same thought aid instruction to the pupils in each grade that 
scholars receive in corresponding classes in graded schools, therefore 
their improvement in the various branches of study which engages 
their attention cannot be of so marked a character as may be made 



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by the pupils in those schools where the instruction and attention of 
the teachers is less divided. The general progress and deportment 
of the pupils in these schools testifies that they have been taught by 
earnest and faithful teachers during the year. Miss E. R. Sanborn 
was transferred in September to the Centre 2nd Intermediate School 
and Miss M. A. Kalaher, formerly assistant in the same school, was 
appointed to fill the vacancy. 

Number of schools, ....... 3. 

Number of teachers, ....... 3. 

Number of scholars Dec. 31, '89, ..... 104. 

Number of Grammar scholars I )ec. 31, '89, ... 15. 

Number of Intermediate scholars, Dec. 31, '89, . . 50. 

Number of Primary scholars, Dec. 31, '89, . . . 39. 



NORTH SCHOOL. 

Teacher, 

Number of scholars, . 

Number of Grammar scholars Dec. 31, '89, . 

Number of Intermediate scholars Dec. 31, '89, 

Number of Primary scholars Dec. 31, '89, 

Average membership, . 

Average attendance, . 

Per cent, of attendance, . 

r< xt Hooks. 



Alice C. Dickerman. 

44. 

5 

17 
14 

3745 
33-62 
90 



Franklin New Third Header, - - 2 
Monroe's Third Header, - - - 9 
Music Headers, ------ 20 

\'-w- Prori, Speller, ----- G 



Geography, Small, 10 

Franklin Elm. Arithmetic, - - 10 
Key to Elm. Arithmetic, - - - 1 



Supplies, 

lling Blanks, ------ 36 

Composition Blanks, - - - - - 12 

Drawing Paper, - - - 4S sheets 
Slates, ---------0 

Common Lead Pencils, - - -2 doz. 
Eraske Knbber, ------ 12 



Practice Paper, - - - - 1 ream 

Primary Practice Paper, - 1 ream 
Crayons, ---------- 1 box 

Drawing Books, ------ 38 

Writing Books, ------ 12 



MONTKOSE SCHOOL. 

Teacher, 

X umber of scholars, 

\ umber of Grammar scholars Dee. 31, '89, . 
Number of Intermediate scholars Dec. 31, '89, 
Number of Primary scholars Dec. 31, '89, 
Average membership, ..... 



Miss N. F 



Emerson. 

5- 

*7- 

14. 

31.8 



166 



Average attendance, 
Per cent of attendance, 



Franklin First Reader, - 
Franklin Second Reader, 
Franklin Third Reader, - 
Lippincott's P'irst Reader 
New Pron. Speller. - - 



7«-5 
89.6 



Text Book 



s. 



- 12 

- 3 

- (', 
-'7 

1 



Geography, Small, - - - - 

Franklin Klin. Arithmetic, - 
Franklin Primary Arithmetic, 
Bartley*s Record Book, - - - 



I 
2 






Supplier 



Spelling Blanks. ------ 42 

Composition Blanks, - - - - 24 

Merits, ------- pks. 

Reward Cards, ----- -5 doz. 

Ruled Slates, ------- c 

Slate Pencils, ----- 2 boxes 

Drawing Pencils, - - - - -1 doz. 

Pens, ---------l box 

Pen Holders, ------ 1 doz 

Practice Paper, - - - - 1 ream 



Primary Practice Paper, - 1 
Crayons, -------- 

Rulers, -------- 

1>I tters, -------- 

Report ('aids and Envelopes, - 
Drawing Rooks, - - - - - 

Writing Books, Bus. Stan., 
Writing Books, Primary, - - 
Sponges, -------- 

Ink, - - - - - - - - 1 



ream 
1 box 

- IS 
1 pk. 

- 12 

- :)0 

- 12 

- 6 

- 00 
l.ottb' 



WOODVILLE SCHOOL. 
.Miss E. R. Sanborn Miss M. A. Kalaher 



Teachers, 

Number of scholars . 

Number of Grammar scholars Dec. 31, '89, . 
Number of Intermediate scholars Dec. 31, '89, 
Number of Primary scholars Dec. 31, '89. 
Average membership. . . . . 
Average attendance, ..... 
Per cent, of attendance, .... 

Text Books. 

- 4 



38. 

3- 

1 1 . 

17- 
77.82 

7 1 .82 

81. 



Franklin New First Reader, - 
Franklin New Second Header, 

Franklin New Third Reader, - - 6 

Franklin New Fourth Reader, - 5 

New Pron. Speller, ----- 9 

Geography, large, ------ 4 

Column Mental Arithmetic, - - 5 



Franklin Elm. Arithmetic, 
Franklin Primary Arithmetic, 
Music Reader, ------ 

Dictionary, ------- 

Key to Elm. Arithmetic, - - 
Bartley's School Record, - - 



1 
2 
1 

1 
1 
1 



Supplies. 



Spelling Blanks, ------ 30 

Composition Blanks, - - - -25 

Splints and Blocks, - - - - 1 box 

Reward Cards, - - - - -3 pks. 

Drawing Pencils, - - - - -2 doz. 

Erasive Rubber, ------ 6 

Pen Holders, ----- 1-2 doz. 

JPrimary Practice Paper, - 1 ream 
Crayons,. - - - - . - - 1 box 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

The statement expressed in the last School Report, that it was the 
purpose and object of the committee and teachers to create more 



Blackboard Erasers, ----- 2 

Report Cards & Envelopes,! 1-2 doz. 
Drawing Books, ------ IS 

Writing Books, Bus. Stan., - - 11 
Writing Books, Primary, - - - 14 
Sponges, ---------10 

Ink, --------1 bottle 

Pitch Pipe, -------- 1 



157 

enthusiasm in the scholars to obtain a higher degree of excellence in 
their intellectual attainments, and raise the standard of scholarship, 
has been in a reasonable measure realized, and the school now merits, 
as it receives, the public confidence and regard. 

All of the youth of our town, possessing the necessary qualifica- 
tions, are 'cordially invited to avail themselves of the rich facilities 
which this school affords for instruction in all the higher branches of 
intellectual education, patriotism and morality. 

The work in our High School during the past year has been one 
of close application and progress. No change has occurred in the 
corps of teachers, a cause for satisfaction, — as the frequent interrup- 
tions from such changes are a great detriment to the best work in any 
school. An endeavor has been made to improve the condition of the 
school in many directions. More system has been observed in the 
arrangement of studies, a higher standard of scholarsJiip has been re- 
quired, and more thorough work has been performed. Great atten- 
tion has been given to the study of English, a policy in keeping with 
the demand of the times and the wishes of the people. The use of 
the Chemical Laboratory, mentioned in the last report, has proved 
the wisdom of the expense incurred in preparing it for use and occu- 
pation. Much interest has been aroused in scientific thought, and 
the valuable lessons of observation and personal investigation have 
been taught with signal success. 

The College preparatory work has been put upon a more thor- 
ough and systematic basis and its results are gratifying. Graduates 
from the school in the class of '89 have passed successful examina- 
tions for entrance into Harvard University, Boston University, and 
the School of Technology. While the High School is not primarily, 
a fitting school, it is pleasing, however, to note that our young peo- 
ple can be prepared for higher schools of learning without extra ex- 
pense to the parent, and remain under the valuable influence of the 
home. 

Several text books which have been in use for many years, have 
been exchanged for later and better editions, thereby enabling us to 
keep our school with the advance of science and the newer ideas and 
methods of the present. 

Believing that a hall of learning ought to be a place of attraction, 
the large room in the High School building was papered on ceiling 
and wall during the summer vacation, and curtains in harmony with 
the general effect of the room have replaced those which had seen 



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158 

years of service. To meet the increased demand for opportunity to 
consult reference books and atlases, two book cases have been built 
in the rear of the large study room. The scholars likewise have 
caught the spirit of beautifying their schoolroom, and busts of Wash- 
ington and Lincoln, and four large and costly pictures have been 
added to the ornaments of the room. These improvements added 
to a room originally well adapted for its purpose, and attractive in 
appearance, furnish for our young people a study-room which is sur- 
passed for usefulness and beauty by few schools in the state. 

The military department of the school is continuing to do splendid 
work, and the change from a company to a battalion was deemed 

wise for purpose of comparison and rivalry in drill. 

The purpose of the drill is not a primary object of the school, but 
it is intended to assist in the physical development of the cadets, as 
well as being a great help in the better discipline of the school. In 
the future, promotion to office in the battalion will depend first of 
all upon deportment, second, scholarship, and third, military proficien- 
cy. Promptness and obedience should be the prominent lessons of 
the military drill, and an earnest effort will be made to make it a val- 
uable aid to the efficiency of the school. 

The school needs at the present time better facilities in regard to 
reference books. There is no modern Encyclopaedia in the school 
library, and other books, such as gazetteers and dictionaries are in 
poor condition or entirely wanting. 

If the school continues to receive the liberal support from the citi- 
zens of the town as in the past, we feel sure that our High School 
will continue to advance in efficiency and be an honor to the town. 

The Committee, acting under the State authorities, ordered a fire 
escape for the school, which was constructed under the direction of 
Mr. George H. Teagne on the northerly side of the building, and 
meets the necessary requirements. 

Wednesday evening, June 26th, 1889, a large and appreciative 
audience attended the exercises of the graduating class in the Town 
Hall, which were noted for the literary qualifications manifested by 
the scholars in their essays, and their pleasing and easy address in 
declaiming. The following is the programme of the exercises : 



159 



PROGRAMME. 



Longfellow, 



Anon. 

. Milloecker. 

Robert Browning. 



Grand March. "Alma Mater." . . . ... Ripley. 

Mozart Orchestra. 

Greeting Song. . Rowley. 

lLUTATORY. Emily Mabel Wright, 
hi. lamation, "The Ballad of Carmilhan." . 

George Aymar Taber. 
English Honor Essay, "Beyond the Alps lies Italy." 

Adah Blanche Phinnev. 

mi-Chorus, "Like the Lark." Eichberg. 

Class History, "A (Mass Reunion." 

Mary Alice Knight. 

Debate, "Resolved, that Canada should be annexed to the 
United States." 

« Aff. George Lincoln Wakefield. 

Neg. Charles Francis Parker. 

Recitation, "The Little Stow-a-way." . 

Annie Floyd Emmons. 

Selection, "The Beggar Student." 

Mozart Orchestra. 

Declamation, "Herve Riel." 

William Augustus Gardner. 
ESSAY, "Bryant as a Lover of Nature." 

Addie Frances Eaton. 
Prkskntation, Pictures of "The Muses" and "The Aurora." 

George Maude Hackett. 
Declamation, "The Death-bed of Benedict Arnold." . Lippard. 

Thomas Francis Madden. 

Piano Duet, -'Qui Va La?" ..... Sidney Smith. 
Edith Rebecca Marshall and Hattie May Godfrey. 

Oration, "The New England Town- Meeting." 

Edward Stacey Mansfield. 

Recitation, "The Jonesville Singin' Quire." Josiah Allen's Wife. 

Fanny Isabella Crosby. 

Class Prophecy, "Old Ocean's Song." 

Isabel Gertrude Flint. 

Semi-Chorus, "O'er the Waters.'' .... Rowley. 
Essay, "The Value of Thought." 

Emma Brown Skinner. 

Valedictory, "The Sea ! The Sea !" , 

Fred Howes Anderson. 
Presentation of Diplomas. 

Class Ode Written by Abby Oakes Fuller. 

Benediction. 



160 
XAMES OF GRADUATES. 



CLASSICAL COUKSE ; FOUR YEARS. 

Fred Howes Anderson, Hattie May Godfrey, 

Fanny Isabella Crosby, Mary Alice Knight, 

Annie Floyd Emmons, Edward Stacey Mansfield, 

Isabel Gertrude Flint, Edith Rebecca Marshall, 

Abby Oakes Fuller, Emma Brown Skinner, 

William Augustus Gardner, George Aymar Taber, 

Emily Mabel Wright. 

ENGLISH COURSE. THREE YEARS. 

Addie Frances Eaton, Charles Francis Parker. 

George Maude Hackett, Adah Blanche Phinney, 

Thomas Francis Madden, George Lincoln Wakefield. 

Names of pupils neither absent nor tardy during the year. 

Annie F. Emmons, Fred H. Anderson, 

Edith R. Marshall, George A. Taber, 

Emma B. Skinner, Cyrus B. Wakefield, 

Adah B. Phinney, George L. Wakefield, 

Mary E. O'Conner, Hubbard B. Mansfield, 

Lillian M. Derby, John J. Round, 

Lena F. Nickerson, James McMahon. 

Members of First Year Class, not absent or tardy, who entered in 
September. 

Edith V. Buzzell, Bertha M. Taylor, 

Jennie E. Draper, Gertrude M. Whittridge, 

Grace M. Eldridge, Willie F. Deadman, 

Grace Hawes, William J. Howland, 

Lillian M. Scovell, Stanley A. Mansfield, 

Arthur L. Wiley. 

Teachers, Mr. C. T. C. Whitcomb, Miss M. J. Williams, Miss I. 

H. Howe, Miss G. J. Barker. 

Number of scholars, ....... 130. 

Average membership, ....... io 9-75 

Average attendance, ....... 104.53. 

Per cent, of attendance, ...... 95.2 



161 



Text Bookx. 



Hunker Hill ( Iration, - - - - 

Lord Clive, -------- 6 

Irvinga Sketcli Book, - - - - 6 

Algebra Wentwortb, ----- 54 

Chemist i > Williams, - - - - - 11 

( hemistry Manual. ----- 1 1 

Xer.ophon Relsey, - - - - - 3 

Latin Books, ------- 28 

il. Map of IT. S., ----- 1 

Thackery's Humorists, - - - - 3 

Mid Summer Nights Dream, - - 5 

Walker's Physiology, - - - - s 

Snowbound, ------- 5 

Dosia, - - 6 

i! Robinson, 5 

Supi 

( lommon Lead Pencils, - - 1 doz. 
Pens, -------- a boxes. 

unination Paper, - - -1 reams. 
Composition Blanks, - - - - 200 



Bataille de dames, ----- l 

Quentin Durward, ----- 5 

Commercial Arithmetic, - - - 25 
Civil Government, ----- 25 

Crittenden Composition, - - - 22 
Jones Greek Prose Composition, 1 
Shakspeare'8 Hamlet, - - - - 21 

Whittier's Classics, ----- 5 

Worcesters Dictionary, - - - - 11 

Composition Blank Books. - 100 
Note Books, ------- 55 

Scratch Books, - - - - -3 doz. 

Books for Records, -----:} 

Meservys Hook keeping Biks, 8 sets. 

ll< 8. 

Writing Books, ------ 12 

Call Bell, --------- i 

Bed Ink, ------- i doz. 



TEXT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 

The town granted the School Committee for the purchase of text 
books and supplies fourteen hundred dollars, and the town received 
from the sale of old books ninety-four dollars and seventy-three cents 
which was appropriated by the committee for this object. The 
following schedule contains the number and kind of books and sup- 
plies, together with the price of each, which have been delivered to 
the several schools by a written order from each teacher and a receipt 
given for the same and both order and receipt are on file in the office 
of the committee : 

TEXT BOOKS. 

Warren's Common School Geography, 
Warren's Primary Geography; 
Franklin First Reader, 
Franklin Second Reader, 
Franklin Third Reader, 
Franklin Fourth Reader, 
Franklin Fifth Reader, 
New Franklin First Reader, 
New Franklin Second Reader, 
New Franklin Third Reader, 
Xew Franklin Fourth Reader, 
Munroe's Primer, 



200 


So. 90 


$ 


180.00 


90 


40 




36.00 


IOO 


18 ■ 


[-6 off 


15.00 


50 


3° 


t-6 off 


12.50 


5° 


42 


t-6 off 


17-5° 


75 


54 


1-6 off 


33-75 


40 


84 


c-6 off 


28.00 


12 


24 


1-6 off 


2.40 


I2 5 


36 


[-6 off 


37-5° 


5° 


5° 


t-6 off 


20.83 


75 


60 


r-6 off 


37-5° 


12 


12 




1.44 



162 



Stickney's Fourth Reader, 

Munroe's Third Reader, 

Franklin Ad. Second Reader, 

Stickney's Second Reader, 

Worcester's N» P. Speller. 

Barnes' U. S. History. 

Music Reader No. 2, 

Music Reader No. 1, 

Franklin Written Arithmetic, 

Franklin Elementary Arithmetic 

Franklin Primary Arithmetic-, 

Worcester's Comp. Diet.. 

Parker's First Reader, 

Hyde's Language Lessons, 

Swinton's Language Lessons, 

Colburn's First Lessons. 

Wer.tworth's Algebra, 

Williams' Chemistry. 

Williams' Laboratory Manual. 

Collar & Daniel's Latin, 

Walker's Physiology, 

Walker's Physiology. 

Music Books, 

Xenophon's Anabasies, 

Franklin Speakers, 

Key Franklin Arithmetic, 

Geological Maps, 

Modern Classics, 

Marmion. 

Primers, 

Botanical Blocks, 

Hamlet, 

Rob Roy, 

Pilgrims and Puritans, 

Memory Gems, 

Lessons in English, 

Greek Composition, 

Spealcers, 

Gulliver's Travels, 

Snow Bound, 



8 50 16 off S3. 34 

25 35 8 -75 

12 36 1-6 off 3.60 

25 6.67 

125 2^ 1-6 off 23.97 

50 1. 00 1-6 off 41.67 

25 40 1-6 off S.33 

50 25 1-6 off 10.42 

100 75 1-6 off 62.50 

50 34 1-6 off 14.58 

50 20 1-6 off 8.34 

12 I. OO I2.00 

24 30 7.2O 

200 15 3O.OO 

12 28 3.36 

82 29 3-4 off 24.39 

54 1. 12 1-2 1-6 Off 5O.4O 

11 80 1-6 off 7.33 

11 25 1-6 off 2.29 

28 1. 00 1-6 off 23.34 

2 1.20 2.40 
6 1. 10 1-6 off 6.00 

430 6.21 

3 1.60 1-6 off 4.00 
2 84 1-6 off 1.40 

1 75 1-6 off .63 

2 2.00 1-6 off 3.34 
16 40 15 off 5.44 

5 4^ 2.10 

16 30 15 off 4.08 

25 25 1-10 off 5.63 

21 47 1-10 off 8.88 

5 60 1-6 off 2.50 

2 60 1-6 off 1.00 

1 30 1-6 off .25 

1 60 1-6 off .50 

1 1. 00 1-5 off .80 

6.14 

5 3° i-5° 

5 40 15 off 1.70 



163 



Midsummer Nights Dream. 

Thackeray, 

Sketch Book, 

Music Chart, 

Quentin Durward, 

French Reader-. 

Lord CHve, 

Hunker Hill Orations, 



Cr. old books returned, 



J 

6 


42 
6o 

25 1-6 off 


$2.10 
1.80 
1.25 


i 
5 

6 
6 


40 1-6 off 

75 1 -10 off 
10 1 -10 off 

s 


Z.33 
1.67 

2,38 

4.05 

•54 




861.52 


• 


• • 


$94-73 



SCHOOL SUPPLIES. 



Copy Books, 79 do/, at 80 cts., 

( opy Books, 45 doz. at 60 cts., 

Drawing Books, 

Rcbinding Dictionaries. 

Practice Paper, 

Pens, . 

Sponges, 

Krascrs. 

Ink Stands. . 

11 Hell, . 
Slate Pencils, 
Slates, . 

Composition Blanks, 
Spelling Blanks, 
Committee's Record Book 
Kindergarten Material, 

unination Paper, 
Rulers, 
Crayons, 
Blotting Paper, 
Teachers' Blanks, . 
Book-keeping Blanks, 
] hartley's Record Books 
Pencil Sharpener, . 
Pencil Sharpener Rep., 
Ink, 

Common Pencils, . 
I )iscs for Sharpener, 
Chart Stand, 

Messenger — W. \Y. Bessey, 
Impressing, . 



$766.79 

$56.00 
27.00 
45.60 

4-5° 
18.24 

18.00 
4.80 

10.50 
3.00 
2.50 

25.00 

33-75 
10.00 

3-5° 

J 3-59 
87.00 

3-°4 
3.60 

10.00 

1.80 

5-34 
7.20 

3-5° 
1. 00 

9.00 

12.50 

1.80 

1. 00 

90.00 

18.15 



$546.4: 



164 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 



GENERAL RECEIPT AND EXPENSE ACCOUNT. 



Town grant, . 
Paid teachers for services, 
" janitors " " 
for fuel, 

Balance in treasury, 



a 



. $l8,200 OO 

$14,034 OO 

992 25 
. 1,290 90 

. 1,882 85 $18,200 OO 



Contingent Receipt and Expense Account. 



Town grant, .... 
Received for tuition, 
" from state, 
Rebate in A. L. Marshall's bill, 



. $1,300 00 
65 00 

55 48 
1 8S $1,422 36 



Paid for Contingent Expenses as per Auditors' . 

Report . . . . . . Si, 2 24 38 

Balance in treasury, . .. . 197 98 $1,422 36 

Text Book and Supply Receipt and Expense Account. 



Town grant, . 

Cash received for old books, . 



$1,400 00 
94 73 



Paid for text books, 
" " supplies, . 

Balance in treasury, 



#M94 73 
$861 52 

546 4f 
86 80 $1,494 73 



165 

CONCLUSION. 

The school work, for the Committee yearly increases in proportion 
as the number of schools grows larger and new duties are imposed 
by additional laws. Much time, thoughtful attention and careful 
work are required to select, purchase and deliver text books and 
supplies and attend to the prudential affairs for twenty-three schools, 

ntaining nearly twelve hundred pupils, examine and adjust difficul- 
ties which frequently arise between parents, teachers and scholars, 
grant permits for children to enter school and transfer them from one 
school to another, sign certificates for them to engage in some busi- 
ness employment, employ teachers and arrange their monthly pay 
roll, visit each school, not as the law requires on some day in the 
first and last two weeks of the school, and also once each month, 
but as necessary circumstances may require and opportunity permit, 
and attend to numerous other matters relating to and connected with 
the several schools. The time has been, is now, and ever will be, 
while the number of schools and children attending them, remain as 
at present, that these duties can be better attended. to and performed 
for the better and higher interests of the schools, town and state by 
one qualified person, specially designated and paid for that purpose, 
than by any number of men, having the best qualifications for that 
position, but whose time and attention are well occupied in caring for 
and attending to their own individual and private business. 

The term of service for which Mr. Selim S. White and Mr. Melvin 
J. Hill was chosen, terminates at the close of the present school year, 
creating two vacancies in the School Board, which the town must 
supply at its next annual meeting. 

The Committee heartily thank the parents, teachers and scholars 
for their concurrent efforts in aiding and assisting them in their 
official duties, which though arduous, and at times vexatious, have 
been made easy and pleasant. 

Respectfully signed, 

SELIM S. WHITE, Chairman^ 
ASHTON H. THAYER, See[v, 
MELVIN J. HILL, 
WILLIAM E. ROGERS. 
CHARLES J. RYDER, 
EDWARD A. UPTON. 

School Committee of Wakefield. 



166 



Names of Teachers Employed at Present Date, February 1, 1890. 



Schools. 


Teachers. 


Elected. 


Salaries. 


High, C. 


T. C. Whitcomb, 


Sept., 1888, 


$1700 


•' Mi 


ss II. J. Williams, 


Sept., 1887, 


800 


u < 

• • * 


' I. H. Howe, 


Sept., 1887, 


600 


it 1 

• • • 


' G. J. Barker, 


Sept., 1887, 


600 


Advanced Grammar, Mi 


-s. M. E. Went worth, 


March, 1871, 


750 


" * " Mi 
Centre 1st Grammar, 


ss A. S. Appleton, 


Sept., 1889, 


360 


' L. F. Ingram, 


Sept., 1881, 


550 


u 2d " 


• M. E. McLaughlin, 


Sept., 1883, 


550 


" 3d " 


' S. E. Wilkins, 


Sept., 1883, 


450 


" 1st In term 'ate, 


« M. E. Charles, 


Sept., 1888, 


400 


M 2d 


' E. K. Sanborn, 


Sept., 1885, 


400 


" 3d " 


" L. J. Mansfield, 


Sept., 1875, 


400 


" 1st Primary, 


« C. P. Riggs, 


Jan., 1889, 


450 


" 2d " 


•' C. L. Mason, 


Sept., 1889, 


500 


" 2d " Mi 


*s. F. E. Allen, 


Sept., 1889, 


200 


Hamilton 1st Grammar Mi 


ss A. INI. Warren, 


Dec, 1871, 


600 


i. ._>(! " 


' C. E. Emerson, 


Dec, 1879, 


500 


" Interm'ate, 


1 F. E. Carter, 


Xov., 1886, 


450 


Primary, 


' E. E. Howlett, 


Sept., 1881, 


500 


Franklin Grammar, ' 


' C. S. Russell, 


Sept., 1888, 


400 


u [nterm'ate, 


• M.E.Kelly, 


Sept., 1885, 


400 


Primary, 


' M. A. Brown, 


Sept., 1887, 


400 


North Ward. 


' A. C. Dickerman. 


Sept., 18.^, 


400 


East Ward, 


1 N. F. Emerson, 


Oct. 1887, 


400 


West Intermediate, 


' B. I. Cooper, 


Sept., 1880, 


•100 


" Primary, 


• C. M. Murdock, 


April, 1887, 


400 


t< Cl { 


1 11. A. Currier, 


May, 1889, 


200 


Woodville, . 


" M. A. Kalaher, 


Sept., 1888, 


400 


Greenwood Interm'ate 


* M. P. Whitman, 


Sept., 1888, 


400 


" Primary, 


" N. H. Thayer, 


Sept., 1883, 


400 


Music, . . . Ge 


o. F. Wilson, 


Sept., 1870, 


700 



Names of Teachers who have Eesigned during the Year. 



Schools. 


Teachers. 


Elected. 


Salaries. 


Centre 1st Grammar, 
" 2d Interm'ate, 
ik 1st Primary, 
"" 2d ". 
" 2d " 


Miss M. E. Bruce, 
" L. E. Evans, 
" E. F. Emerson, 
" A. E. Tucker, 
" H. Horton, 


Sept., 1887, 
Sept., 1883, 
Sept., 1885, 
Sept., 1887, 
Feb., 1889, 


500 
400 
450 
425 
200 



167 



*Cost of repairs, 

including, Water, 

( ias, etc. 


00 "1- O co «0 <"<"> fO f O CO POO <^ ^O O ^h ^- ^ "-■ *•* lo u-nOO m w « 

o ** 


*Cost of Fuel. 


LOCO COlolownOOOONCSNCStJ-OOOO'^NNnOOOO 

O O O ro ro fO fO fO fO COO O O O f^^-'trOnin't'tronCv 


*Cost of Janitor- 
ship. 


miOiONNNNflNNXOOOOOOfO^fOOOOOOOOO 1 
— ON J 


*Cost of Instruc- 
tion. 


MOOOO^n^oOrOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPO 
O rf loOO 00 NinnrJ-roro <"OO0 1^ n rO H co ■-« ro fO ro ro fO ^ 

ro >i >-0 

•-> 


No. of Girls. 


NN t» *O00 >-" OO M O 00 On loO iom i^mOO «H(> "t ■* rO O 


No. of Boys. 


"10\rOM rfin^OO O O O O *tZO i^ifOOO M O O iO tv t^ m vO 
T}-MNfON^NNro««NNNPlMHP|fnNMMMMi^ 

A CO 


No. belonging 
Jan, I, 1890. 


N m r^« On co t}- *tf- cnJ O OO On On "3- O rf ro COCO irirfw n- -to 

— — 


Xo. belonging 
Jan. 1, 1889. 


On rj- M C) lo M COOO On irjvO vn O CO O r~-» ro lOOO 00 N vO NrON 


No. entered in 

Sept. 


Cnii^nOOO'-OO rooo ioO ^o O r-^ t}- lt> ►-< OO i^CM^NO 
u-N^co>-0'rf-cOTj-Low, cocotJ-MHCS — -hcom >-i 


No. promoted ia 
June. 


On « t^ rt- vo r-s.00 OnvO NOO Nf) 't -*J-c>0 "3" N O O N ro ^ N N 

LO 


Xo. not Tardy. 


f.vO « On CS co « CJ "<tf- >m cnO N O ^" coOO iniriininO M 
N » N N « n M _, co ci r--» 

M 


Xo. not Absent. 


ro c« n r> o r o rooo fO0>->000 L oo0O0r^0'N'^-0<^ 

M >-i 00 


Seating Capacity. 


OO co lo co co « tJ-t^-t^-csoOoO co coo t^ mO O co O ^ O rs 00 
rOCO Tj-vO ir> N lo irjio i^ rt rj- u~,0 lo CO Tf t-O lO t-OO >-0 ^" ^ t^ 
i-i co 


* Percentage of 
Attendance. 


iO Tf ►* O OOOCO On >i lo ►"■ (>NOO COOO LOO t^c-1 O On r^ 
On OnOO On t^ r^OO OO CO On On OnOO OO OnOO r>.00 00 OnOO 00 OnCO 00 




Average No. of 

l'upils. 


lOCOLOO tsu^OM t^»M LOCS i-i r^ N O 't^O INfJCO Onlolo 
O lo CO u-N COO LO-^-LO'^-CO'^-LOLOLOCO^-ThLOCOCOCS M cs o 

— « 


Smallest Xo. of 
Pupils. 


f^NO N WiCO^OnNO COOO OnWOO O H N « iO "^O <0 lo 
O Tj-co-^-fOLOTi-fOLocococoTj-LOLOcO'^-'^-'^-cocj cs oi cs co 

— On 


Largest No. of 
Pupils belonging. 


tT uo CO CN| COO CO rf -^-O 1^»0 CO COO OO 1^ «-i t^ >- iriN COO O 
M O Tf u-i voOO lo uoo tJ- CO rf LOO m fO ^t "~i ""i 't ro co ro CJ O 


No. of Teachers. 


CO 


Xo. of Grades. 




* 
4 

rf 

t 
t 

Tot 


From Jan. 1, 1889, 

to 

Jan. 1, 1890. 


High School, 
Advanced Grammar, 
Centre ist " 

« 2d 

" ist Primary, 

" 2d 

" 3d Grammar, 

" ist Intermediate, 

" 2d " 

Hamilton ist Grammar, 
" 2d " 
" Intermediate, 
" Primary, 

Franklin Grammar, 
'" Intermediate, 
" Primary, 

West Grammar, 
" Primary, 

North, 

East, 

Woodville, 

Greenwood Grammar, 
" Primary, 

* Approximate in some cases, 



168 

AUDITORS' FINAL STATEMENT. 



During the year ending Jan. 31, 1890, the Selectmen have 
drawn 8^4 orders on the Treasurer, amounting to $59,264.82, 
and representing between 11 and 12 hundred bills, which we have 
examined and certify to be correct. We have also examined the 
books of the Collector of Taxes and find them correct, and the 
account of T. J. Skinner, as Treasurer of the Public Library and 
Reading Room, which is correct. The receipts of all depart- 
ments pacing over money to the Town Treasurer have been 
verified. The details of expenditures in the different departments 
will be found on pages 97 to 132. The accounts of the Libiary 
and Reading Room are inserted between pages 94 and 95. No 
town orders were drawn for these bills as the law puts it in 
charge of the Town Treasurer if the town so elect. The amount 
paid out b\ the Treasurer on this account, $1,365.05, and on 
town debt and interest, $6,265.12. added to the amount of town 
orders drawn as above, $59,264.^2. will give the total expendi- 
tures, as shown in our final balance sheet (page 132) $66,894.99. 
We have examined the accounts of T. J. Skinner, Town Treas- 
urer, (pages 6S and 69), and find them correct and well kept, 
with proper vouchers for all receipts and payments, and that he 
has a cash balance of $2,318.77 on deposit in the Xat. Bank of 
South Reading. We also certify that he holds $10,000 in town 
bonds as stated on page 71, (C. Sweetser Lecture Fund), and 
$3,000 in town of Wakefield notes, (see page 70), representing 
the Hurd and Wakefield Library Funds, and has $1,000 deposited 
in Wakefield Savings Bank, (C. Sweetser Burial Lot Fund). 

So far as the finances of the town come under our supervision 
we find them well managed and we believe them to be so through- 
out. It only remains for the voters to exercise a wholesome 
economy where needed, and a prudent liberality where the honor 
and welfare of the town are concerned. 

Respectfully submitted. 

WALDO E. COWDREY, 
WILLIS S. MASOX, 

EVERETT W. EATON, 

Auditors. 
Wakefield, February 21, 1890. 



ERRATA. 

Wm. II. Gleason, "of Boston", .... 

Allen Collin, "of", instead of "at" Nantucket, . 

Fast Ward (ion«; : for $82.55 read $83.30,' 

Hoae wagon, instead of horse, etc., 

Insurance : The policy of $2,000 was not renewed, 
of $5,000 was ' . 

For ' -discussion" read ''decision 1 ', . . , 

The Wakefield Fund of $500, is invested in a town of 
coupon 4 per cent note, ..... 

Dog tax 1888, for $676.78 read $667.78, . 

For "Wm. O. Dyer," read Wm. P. Dyer, 

For "Mrs. Mary", read Mrs. Margaret Mertins, 

Under "reasons given for non-attendance at school" 
in first line should be 12, instead of 312, , 



The policy 



Wakefield 



the figures 



• • 



PAGE. 
27 

27 

53 

61 

79 
82 

89 

97 
112 
124 

143 



CONTENTS AND INDEX. 



List of Town Officers, 


PAGES. 

3 and 4 


List of Jurors, .... 


5 


Record x)f Town Meetings, 


6 to 3 1 


Town Clerk's Statistics, . 


. 32 to 4 5 


Reports of 




Police Department, . 


. 46 to 48 


Tax Collector's Statements, 


49 


Appropriation Committee, 


. 50 and 51 


Assessors, .... 


52 


Supt. Fire Alarm, 


. 53 and 54 


Forest Fire Wards, , 


r>5 to 57 


Fire Engineers, 


. 58 to 61 


Board of Health, 


62 to 65 


Overseers of the Poor, 


. 06 and 67 


Fish Committee, 


67 


Town Treasurer, 


. 68 to 78 


Selectmen, .... 


. 79 to 82 


Snpt. of Streets, 


. 83 to 88 


Trustees of Library and Reading 


Room, 89 to 96 


Board of Auditors, . 


. 97 to 132 


School Committee, . 


. 133 to 167 


- Auditors' Final Statement, 


168 



THE SEVENTY-NINTH 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OF- 



THE TOWN OFFICERS 



OF WAKEFIELD, MASS., 



•FOR 



THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDING JAN. 31, 1891, 



ALSO, 



THE TOWN CLERK'S RECORD 



OF THE 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS 



JDUJEIXISTG- TIHIIE YZE-iLIR, 1890. 



WAKEFIELD, MASS.: 
Printed by A. W. Brownell, Room 10, Wakefield's Block.. 

1891. 



TOWN OFFICERS, 1890-91. 



Selectmen. 

BENRY II. SAVAGE, Chairman. J. WALLACE GRACE, 

WILLIAM N. TYLER, Secretary. 



Tows Clerk, 
CHARLES F. HARTSHORNE. 



Town Treasurer, 
THOMAS J. SKINNER. 



Overseers of the Poor. 

silas \v. FLINT. Chairman. HIRAM EATON, 

TIloMAS KERNAN, Secretary. 



Assessors. 
CHARLE8 F. HARTSHORNE, CHARLES F. WOODWARD, 

EL WIN I. PURRINGTON. 



AlDITORS. 



\\ ALDO E. COWDREY, 



WILLIS S. MASON, 



EVERETT W. EATON. 



Collector <>f Taxes. — CHARLES F. WOODWARD. 



Engineers of Fire Department. 

HORACE W. DALRYMPLE, Chief. ROGER HOWARD, Secretary. 

LEVI FLANDERS. 



Registrars <>f Voters. 

EDWARD IL WALTON, .... 

WESLEY T. HARRIS 

►RNELIUS DONOVAN .... 
CHARLES F. HARTSHORNE (ex otficio). 



Term expires, 1893 
1892 
1891 



School Committee. 

SELLM S. WHITE 

MEL VI X J. HILL, Treasurer, . 
ASHTON H. THAYER, .... 

WILLIAM E. ROGERS, Financial Secretary, 

EDWARD A. UPTON, 

CHARLES J. RYDER, Chairman, 



Term expires, 1893 
1893 
1892 
1892 
1891 
1891 



4 



Trustees of Public Library. 

WILLIAM E. EOGERS, Term expires, 1893^ 

OTIS V. WATERMAN, " 1893 

REUBEN H. MITCHELL, " 1893 

THOMAS WINSHIP, " 1892 

SOLON O. RICHARDSON, " 1892 

SAMUEL K. HAMILTON, " 1892 

JUNIUS BEEBE, ... v ... . » 1891 

THOMAS KERN AN, " 1891 

GEORGE E. DUNBAR, " 1891 

Fish Committee. 
SAMUEL PARKER, WM. S. GREENOUGH, 

WM. HARRINGTON WILEY. 

Board of Health. 

JOS. A. O'LEARY, M. D., J. BAKXARD WILEY* 

CHARLES E. NILES. 

Fence Viewers. — THE SELECTMEN. 

Police. 

CHARLES E. NILES, Chief. 

ALVIN L. VANNAH, JAMES A. McFADDEN, 

GEORGE T. LAMONT, JOHN F. ALEXANDER, 

CHAS. F. DAVENPORT, W. T. MAXWELL, 

CHAS. S. MERRILL, WILLIAM GOULD, 

JOHN H. BUCKLEY, ROBERT BRAXTON, 

CHARLES E. HORTON. 

Constables. 
CHARLES H. DAVIS, MOSES STAPLES, ISRAEL A. PARSONS. 

Road Commissioners. 

EVERETT NICHOLS, Term expires, 1893 

HENRY N. OLIVER, " 1892 

FRANK P. HOYT, " 1891 

Park Commissioners. 
JUNIUS BEEBE, GEO. H. MADDOCK, CHAS H. HAWES, 

For List of other Town Officers, not chosen by ballot, see Report of AnnualfMeeting... 



LIST OF JURORS 

A< < i.i'tki) by the Town, Nov. 4th, 1890. 



Aborn, Arthur s. 
Bachelder, ( reorge 
Bagley, John T. 
Balcom, Edward A. 
Boynton, Charles F. 
Buckley, Samuel 

BumpUfl, Horatio 

Burrill, Alonzo P. 
Cheney, Charles A. 
Clapp, Frank A. 
'Cooper, Reuben L. 
Cronan, Jam< 

Cutler. Fred E. 

Daland, Everett (i. 
Daly, Denis 

Daniel, A\' m. B. 
Davenport, Charles F. 
Donovan, John C. 
Dwyer, Thomas E. 
Eager, George B. 
Emery, Albert T. 
Eustis, Henry W. 
Fairbanks, X. F. 

Fish, ( reorge E. 
Foster, Harry 
Gardner, Charles A. 
Oilman, Joseph M. 
Grant, Frank E. 
Green, Louis A. 
Greenough, Arthur 
Hanson, Anthony, Jr. 
Harrington, Charles T. 



Harris, Wesley T. 
Hartshorne, Charles F. 
Hathaway, ( leorge H. 
Heath, Elroy N. 
Hickey, James 
Hickey, Thomas 
Howard, Justin 
Jones. William B. 
Kelly, Frank 
Kelly, Patrick J. 
Kernan, Thomas 
Kimball, George W. 
Knight, Willis H. 
Knowles, Charles S. 
Lane, II arrv E. 
Lee. Edward F2. 
Linnell, Arthur P. 
Low, James 
Manslield, Austin L. 
MeCausland, Wm. H. 
McCleary, John 
McCulloch, Peter 
McHugh, Timothy J. 
Mellett, Edward 
Merchant, Sydney 
Merrill, Charles S. 
Mitts, Charles L. 
Nichols, Jefferson J. 
Oliver, Henry N. 
Oxley, J. Clarence 
Parker, Hoyt B. 
Parker, J. Fred. 



6 



Parker, Samuel 
Parsons, Israel A. 
Patch, Fred. C. 
Pitman, Lawrence J. 
Pope, Henry W. 
Ransom, Robert C. 
Ronan, Michael 
Scoville, George H. 
Shaw, Josiah M. 
Sherman, Marcus M. 
Southworth, Ezra M. 



Travis, Horace G. 
Tyzzer, George R. 
Walton, Charles E. 
Walton, Solon 
Waterman, Otis V. 
White, Samuel L. 
"Wiley, J. Barnard 
Wiley, Peter B. 
Winship, Charles N. 
Woodman, Alvin B. 
Wright, Dexter C. 



RECOED OF TOWN MEETINGS 

FOK THE YEAR ENDING JAN. 31st, 1891. 



ANNUAL TOWN MEETING, MARCH 3, 1890, 

Article 1. To choose by ballot a Moderator to preside in said 
meeting. 

Waldo E. Cowdrey was elected Moderator, and assumed the 
duties of that office. 
Prayer was offered by Rev. Wm. F. Cook. 

Art. 2. To act upon the acceptance of the reports of Town 
Officers as printed. 

Voted. To accept the Reports as printed. 

Art. 3. To bring in their votes on one ballot for Town Clerk, 
Town Treasurer. Selectmen . Ass< Bsors, Overseers of the 
Poor, Tax Collector, Park Commissioners, Board of Health, 
Constables, Fence Viewers, Fish Committee, three Trustees 
of the Beebe Town Library, for a term of three years, Board 
of three Auditors, and three Road Commissioners, one for a 
term of three years, one for two years, and one for one year. 
Upon a separate ballot to bring in their votes for two mem- 
bers of the School Committee for a tei m of three years ; these 



ballots will be received at the same time and in the same 
box. 

Upon a separate ballot to bring in their votes in answer to 
the question "Shall licenses be granted for the sale of intox- 
icating liquors in this town?" 

Form of ballot "Yes" or "No" in answer to that question : 
these ballots will be received in the Standard registering box 
at the same time. 

The Moderator appointed W. W. Bessey and I. A. Parsons 
to work the Patent Ballot Box. 

The polls were then declared open for the reception of ballots 
for the various officers mentioned in Article 3 and for votes 
upon the license question. 
Voted. To keep the polls open until 5 o'clock, P. M. 

Alter the close of the polls at the appointed hour the votes 
were counted and the result declared by the Moderator in 
open town meeting as follows: 



Charles F. Hartshorne, 

Thomas J. Skinner, 
Scattering, 

Henry II. Savage, 
William X. Tyler, 
.1. Wallace Grace, 
Michael Low, 
Wm. B. Daniel, . 
Otis V. Waterman, 
Scattering, . 

Charles F. Hartshorne, 
Charles F. Woodward, 

El win I. Purrington, 
Scattering, . 



Town Clerk. 



Town Treasurer. 



Selectmen. 



Assessors. 



Overseers of the Poor. 



Hiram Eaton, 
Silas W. Flint, 
Thomas Kernan, 
Scattering, . 



(Elected) 


756 


(Elected) 

• • 


756 
1 


(Elected) 
u 


634 
622 


u 


538 




322 




52 




32 




4 


(Elected) 

* 


745 
734 


tc 

• 


729 


• • 


28 


(Elected) 

• 


735 

730 


• 


611 


• • 


39 



8 





Collector of Taxes. 








Charles F. Woodward, .... 
J. Fred Parker, ..... 


• 
• 


(Elected) 

• • 


512 

248 




Park Commissioners. 








Junius Beebe, 
George H. Maddock 


• • • • 

% • • • • 


• 
• 


(Elected) 

• 


756 

748 


Charles H. Hawes, 


• • • • 


• 


• 


733 


Scattering, . 


• • • • 

Board of Health. 


• 


• • 


29 


J. Barnard Wiley, .... 
Joseph W. Heath, M.D.,* 
Joseph A. O'Leary, M.D., 
Scattering, ...... 


• 
• 
• 
• 


(Elected) 

• 

it 

m 
• • 


750 
740 

727 
19 




Constables. 








Charles H. Davis, 
Israel A. Parsons, 


• • • • 

• • • • 


• 
• 


(Elected) 
tc 

• 


764 
756 


Moses Staph-. 
Scattering, . 


• • • • 

• • • • 

Fence Viewers. 


• 
• 


t< 

• 

• • 


755 

8 


George H. Teague, 
Charles II. strain-. 


• • • • 

• • • • 


• 
• 


(Elected) 

• 


753 
741 


Reuben H. Mitchell, 


• 
• • • 


• 


• 


727 


Scattering, . 


• • • • 

FlSH Committee. 


• 


• • 


40 


Samuel Parker, 
Win. Harrington W\ 


. . . • 
ley, 


• 
• 


( Elected) 

(C 

• 


760 

7:>7 


Win. S. ( rreenough, 


• • • • 


• 


• 


739 


Scattering, . 


• • '• • 


• 


• • 


9 


Tbustees of Public Library. 




William E. Rogers, 
Otis V. Waterman, 


3 years, . 

• ■ 


• 
• 


( Elected) 

• 


753 
745 


Reuben H. Mitchell, 


• • 


• 


• 


608 


George H. Teague, 


• • • • 


• 


• • 


144 


Scattering, . 


• • • • 

Auditors. 


• 


• • 


6 


Everett W. Eaton, 
Willis S. Mason, . 


• • • • 

• • • • 


• 
• 


(Elected) 

• 


761 
760 


Waldo E. Cowdrey, 


• • • • 


• 


• 


754 


Scattering, . 


• • • • 


• 


• • 


4 



*Dr. Heath declined to serve, and Charles E. Niles was elected to fill the vacancy, 
by the Boards of Selectmen and Health. 



<) 





School 


Committee. 






Mclvin .1. Hill. 


S years, . 




• 


. (Elected) 


256 


Srlllll S. Whin-, 


• 




• 


• • 


256 




Road Commissioners. 






erett Nichols, 


3 years, 




• 


. (Elected) 


412 


George W. Killorin 


> 




• 


* • • 


341 


Aldis Walton. 


(i 

• 




• < 


• • 


17 


ittering, . 


• • 




• t 


• • 


11 


Henry N. ( >liver, 


2 years, 




• 


. (Elected) 


669 


Everett Nichols. 


• 




• • 


• • 


25 


John W. Jenkins 


• 




• 


» • • 


17 


Scattering, . 


• • 




• < 


• • 


13 


Frank P. 1 1 « > v t , 


1 year, 




• 


. (Elected) 


657 


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Akt. 4. To choose all other needed town officers. 

Voted. That a committee of three be appointed by the Modera- 
tor to nominate a committee of thirteen, three from the Cen- 
tre and two from each of the outer wards, who shall nomi- 
nate a list of officers not chosen by ballot. Messrs. Michael 
Low. J. Wallace Grace, and Win. K. Perkins were appoin- 
ted, and they reported the following committee of thirteen: 

•Centre Ward — W. S. Greenongh, T. J. Skinner, D. H. Darling. 

North " Wm. K. Perkins, Geo. R. Morrison, Denis Daly. 

South " H. H. Savage, A. H. Thayer. 

Bast " J. T. Burditt, Geo. K. Walton. 

West u George H. Teague, C. Donovan. 

Little World— Geo. E. Donald. 

Voted. To adopt the reported list. 

At a later hour this committee made a report which was 
accepted and adopted as follows : 

Weighers of Coal and Merchandise. 



M. C. Evans, 
*Denis Greany, 



*A. A. Mansfield, 
A. W. Chapman, 
*Geo. W. Aborn. 



A. L. Mansfield, 
*Geo. K. Gilman, 



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Denis Greany, 
*A. A. Mansfield, 
A. L. Mansfield, 



*Chas. F. Bickford, 
*A. II. Look. 



*II. W. Savage, 
R. J. Daly, 
B. F. Shedd, 



Measurers of AVood. 

*Charles Gorham, 
M. C. Evans, 
H. N. Oliver, 

Surveyors of Lumber. 

Roger Howard, 
E. I. Purrington. 

Field Drivers. 

Simeon Parker, 
(). C. Potter. 
L. W. Flint, Jr. 



L. B. Eaton, 
*E. E. Lee, 

Ira Atkinson. 



C. W. Trow, 



II. X. Oliver, 
L. S. Morrill, 
•Geo. K. Walton. 



At this stage of the meeting Mr. Cowdrey resigned the 
oflice of Moderator, and Article 1 was again taken up and 

Edward A. I'pton was unanimously elected Moderator, re- 
ceiving 8 votes. 

Voted. To take up remaining articles of the warrant in regular 
order. 

Voted. To postpone further consideration of the town warrant 

to 1 o'clock, I*. M. At thai hour the meeting took up 
Art. ~>. To Bee it' the town will authorize its Treasurer to hire 

money to pay all demands in anticipation of taxes. 
Voi ri>. That tin- Town Treasurer be authorized, with the appro- 
val of the Selectmen, to hire money in anticipation of the 
taxes of the current municipal year, and to issue notes of 
the town therefor, and all debts so incurred shall be paid 

from said taxes. 

Art. 6. To raise and appropriate money for the payment of 
town debt and interest. 

Voted. $3837.50 for the payment of debt and $3000 for the 
payment of interest, 

Art. 7. To raise and appropriate money for schools. 

Voted, L7,800 for the support of schools, and $1800 for school 
contingent fund, and $1200 for school text-books and sup- 
plies. 

Art. 8. To raise and appropriate money for the support of the 
poor. 



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Voted. $5500 and the income from the farm, and $500 for the 
repair of farm building Also voted that all the supplies 
of groceries and grain be bought at wholesale for the use of 
the Poor Department and that a stock be kept at the Alms- 
house for Bupplying the demands of the outside poor, that 
they may have tin- advantage of wholesale purchases. 

Ai;t. :•. To raise and appropriate money for the repairs of high- 
ways and bridges and determine how it shall be expended. 

Voted. $000 to be expended under the direction of the Board 

of Road ( oinmissioners, and that the hauling of all gravel 

and crushed Btone be let out by the cubic yard to the low- 

-\ responsible bidders; Buch bids to be advertised for in 

the local papers. 

\i;i. in. To raise and appropriate money for the Fire Depart- 
ment. 

\ OTl i>. 12800 to be expended by the Engineers, and $200 by the 

Forest Fire Wards for services and repairs of Johnson 

pumps, buckets, and cans. 

Aim. 11. To raise and appropriate money for the Public Library. 

\ ->i ed. 8 i ()( » and the dog tax. 
Art. 12 To raise and appropriate money for the Public Read- 
ing Room. 

Voted. $175. 

Aki. 13. 'To raise and appropriate money for the salaries of 
Town ( Officers. 

Voted. >. < >7:. , .~> to be apportioned as reported by the Appropria- 
tion Committee among Town Officers, and to include $1000 
for the Police Dept. and S7."> for salary of Forest Fire-wards. 

Aki. 14. To raise and appropriate money for the care of street 
lamp-. 

Voted. $2,100. 

Art. 1."). To raise and appropriate money for Town House 
Expensi 

Votkd. $1,600. 

Art. 16. To raise and appropriate money for Miscellaneous 

Kxpenses. 



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Voted. S3, 000. 

Art. 17. To raise and appropriate money for the annual rental 
of hydrants. 

Voted. $3,920. 

Art. 18. To see what method the Town will adopt for the col- 
lection of taxes for the year ensuing. 

Voted. That all taxes shall be due on Sept. 15, 1890, and 
that a discount of four per cent, be allowed on all taxes paid 
on or before that date : Interest at the rate of 6 per cent, to 
be added after Dec. 1, 1890, until paid. That all property 
taxes not paid on or before April 15, 1891, be advertised 
and enough sold to pay the tax, interest and expenses. 
That all taxes be payable at the ollice of the Collector, he to 
notify all persons to be found, by the presentation of their 
bills, at least two weeks before taxes are due, poll taxes 
excepted. Thai the Collector pay all money as fast as col- 
lected to the Treasurer; and shall be required to settle his 
tax list within two years from the date of the tax warrant, 
and. upon his failure to do so, the Treasurer l>e instructed to 
sue the Collector's bond. 

Art. 19. To see if the Town will authorize the Collector of 
Taxes for the year ensuing, to use all means for the collection 
of taxes which a Town Treasurer, when appointed Collector, 
may use. 

Voted. To so authorize the Collector of Taxes. 

Art. 20. To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate 
for concrete work. 

Voted. $500 for new concrete sidewalks and crossings where 
the abutters pay one-half the sidewalk expense; and $500 
for the repairs of old sidewalks and crossings. 

Art. 21. To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to 
provide a Night "Watch, and will raise and appropriate money 
to pay them. 

Voted. 81,800 according to the provision of this article. 

Art. 22. To determine the compensation of Enginemen for the 
year ensuing. 



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Voted. 120 for the firemen of the Centre Ward whose duty it 
ie to respond to all alarms; and $10, to those of the outer 
wards who answer second or third alarms; and such pay as 
awarded by the Forest Fire wards. 

Aim. 28. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate two 
hundred dollars for the purposes of Memorial Day. 

Voted. $200. 

Aim. 24. T<> Bee If the Town will authorize its Treasurer to hire 
money <>n a term of years and to issue notes or bonds of the 
Town therefor \'<>v the purpose of renewing or paying such 
loans maturing during the current municipal year as are not 
provided for by taxation. 

V< A i n. To paSfl this article over. 

Aim. •_'.">. To hear and act upon the report of the Committee on 
increased school accommodations, appointed at the meeting of 
July 22. 

The report of the Committee, subscribed by its twelve mem- 
bers, vras read by A. 11. Thayer, Secretary. 

VOTED. To accept the report and lay it upon the table for 

further action. 

Ai;r. '2i\. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate fifteen 
thousand dollars for a new school-house and enlarging, heat- 
ing and ventilating the Franklin Street school-house, as 
recommended in the report of the above committee, or what 
they will do about it. 

Voted. To take Article 2~t from the table and act on it with this 

article. 

VOTED. £10,000 for a new four-room school-house on the north- 
erly side of the Academy Hill lot; and $5000 for enlarging 
the Franklin Street school-house by the addition of two rooms. 
$5000 to be paid from the taxes of 1895 ; $5000 from those 
of 1896 ; and $5000 from those of 1897, and that the Treas- 
urer be authorized to hire money for the purpose; that the 
Chairman appoint a Building Committee of five to take charge 
of the work and that it be let to the lowest responsible bidder. 

Art. 27. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate seven 
thousand five hundred dollars for heating and ventilating the 



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High, old High and Grammar school-houses and makin 
necessary alterations. 

Voted. $7500 for the purposes named, the work to be done un- 
der the supervision of the committee appointed under article 
26; and 84000 to be paid in L898 and $3500 in 1899, the 

Treasurer being authorized to hire the money. 

Art. 28. To see if the town will instruct the School Com- 
mittee to pay one-half the cost of car fares of scholars from 
Greenwood attending school in the Centre, and will raise and 
appropriate two hundred dollars therefor. 

Voted. To indefinitely postpone action. 

Art. 29. To see if the town will raise and appropriate one 
hundred dollars for paying a clerk for the School Committee. 

Voted. 8 1 » m > tor this purpose. 

Art. 30. To see if the town will relay the concrete walk across 
Water street, opposite the Episcopal Church. 

Voted. To refer t<> the Road Commissioners. 

Aut. 81. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money 
to made, drain and repair the sidewalks on Vernon street 

from Pleasant to Salem Btreet. 

Abt. '"'"2. To see if the town will raise and appropriate one 
hundred dollars to build a sidewalk on the north side of Otis 
street from Pleasant to Vernon street. 

Art. '">•*'>. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money 
to build sidewalks and grade Broadway from Albion street 
to Smith's pond. 

Voted. To refer these three articles to the Road Commissioners. 

Art. 31. To see if the town will authorize the Selectmen to re- 
lieve the district bounded by Broadway. Albion, Lake and 
Foundry Btreets, of water flooding it. 

Voted. To refer to the Selectmen to settle with the Boston & 
Maine Railroad according to a plan already agreed upon with 
that Corporation. 

Art. 35. To see if the town will raise and appropriate three hun- 

' died dollars to build a stone bridge under Lake street, of 
sufficient capacity to carry the water. 



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Voted. To refer to the Selectmen. 

Aim. 36. To see if the town will raise and appropriate one thou- 
nid dollars for improving the channel of Saugns river from 
Wtfter street to the town line. 

Voted. i<> ( » Tor improving the bridge from the north side of Wa- 
ter street. 

Art. ;I7. To see it* the town will raise and appropriate five hun- 
dred dollars to drain and repair Park street. 

Von i>. To refer to the Road Commissioners. 
Motion to raise $300 was rejected. 

A 3. To see it' the town will raise and appropriate money 

to do a portion of the improvement on .Main street, by the 
side of the pond, ordered by the County Commissioners to be 
made in two years. 

Voted. $1,500 to be expended under contract. 

Aim. 39. To Bee if the town will raise and appropriate five hun- 
dred dollars to repair < ireen street. 

A motion to raise $500 was rejected. 
Akt. 40. To Bee it' the town will raise and appropriate three 
thousand dollars to grade and repair Railroad street from 
Reading line to the Junction. 

Voted. 000 to be expended under contract. Yes, 61. No, 

42. 
Voted. To take up Article Hi (Miscellaneous Kxpenses). 

\'<>ii i>. $750 in addition, for Common and Park expenses. 

Akt 11. To Bee if the town will raise and appropriate money to 
build a sidewalk on the north side of Byron street from the 
house of John Wooldridge to corner of Gould street. 

Akt. 42. To Bee if the town will instruct the Road Commission- 
ers to build a sidewalk on Water street from the end of the 
present sidewalk to Farm street. 

Voted. To refer these articles to the Road Commissioners. 

Akt. 43. To see if the town will raise and appropriate money 
to locate street lamps at the following places : three on Wa- 
ter street, east of Wiley street; four on Greenwood ave. ; 
two on .Main street, south of L. Pitman's ; one on the N. W. 



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corner of Water and Vernon streets ; one on north side of 
Otis street, midway between Pleasant and Vernon streets ^ 
three on Valley street, and three on Myrtle avenue. 

Voted. To refer to the Selectmen to report at an adjourned or 
future meeting. 

Art. 44. To see if the town will grant the free use of the Town 
Hall to the following organizations: to Post 12, G. A. R., 
for the evening of Memorial Day ; to the Wakefield High 
School Cadets for the evening of their annual drill ; to the 
Richardson Light Guard for two evenings ; to the Woman's 
Christian Temperance Union for six evenings. 

Voted. To grant free use as requested. 

Art. 45. To see if the Town will put hydrants on Myrtle ave- 
nue, and contract with the Wakefield Water Company for 
the same. 

Voted. That the Selectmen contract for three hydrants. 

Voted. To take up Article 17 (Hydrant rental). 

Voted. $120 additional. 

Art. 46. To see if the town will change the name of Prospect 
street to Lexington avenue, and will name the new street, 
leading from Prospect to Elm street, Prospect avenue. 

Voted. To pass this article over. 

Voted. To adjourn to 7.30 o'clock p. M. At that time the 
Moderator called the meeting to order. 

Art. 47. To see if the town will raise and appropriate one 
hundred dollars to enforce the provisions of Chapter 318 of 
the Acts of 1888, for the protection of great ponds against 
any encroachments made in, over, or upon the waters of any 
great pond in this town below the high water mark, or what 
action they will take in the matter. 

Voted. $100 to be expended by the Chief of Police. 

Voted. To take up Article 33 and reconsider the action previ- 
ously taken. 

Voted. $1,000 to grade Broadway and build sidewalks from. 
Albion street to Smith's Pond. 



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Voted. To take up Article; 31 and reconsider the action already 

taken. 
Voted. 700 to grade, drain and repair the sidewalks on Vernon 

street from Pleasant to Salem street. 

VOTED: To take up Article 22 and reconsider the action before 

taken. 

Voted. That the compensation of firemen be fixed at $2;) and 

the poll tax. 
.'vim. l.s. To see if the Town will authorize its Collector of 
Taxes to contract with some incorporated company, legally 
authorized to act, to furnish sufficient sureties on his official 
bond as Mich Collector, and appropriate money in payment 

thereof. 

Voted. That the Collector of Taxes so contract for an official 
bond of $15,000, the cost to be paid out of the miscellaneous 

fund, and that the Collector he instructed to pay promptly to 
the Treasurer the taxes collected and not to hold at any time 
a sum exceeding his bond. 

Am. l'.». To Bee if the town will instinct its Assessors to have 
printed a list of taxable polls and estates for the year 1890, 
and appropriate money therefor. 

Voted. To appropriate 8400 for the above purpose. 

Aim. .")(». To Bee if the town will grant to the AVakefield His- 
torical Society tin- use of a room in the Town House, and 
appropriate a Mini of money not exceeding one hundred dol- 
lars to put such room in suitable condition for occupancy. 

Voted. To appropriate $25 and to grant the free use of the 
northeasterly corner room on the second floor. 

Aim. ."> 1 . To see what action the town will take in regard to the 
suits broughl against the town by Mrs. Rebecca C. Arrington 
and Frank McGlory for injuries received on the highways. 

Voted. To refer to the Selectmen with full poAver to act. 

Art. 52. To hear and act upon the report of the Selectmen for 
the laying out of six new town ways over certain private 
ways in Greenwood Park. 

The Selectmen made a report in favor of laying out said 
six new town ways to be named Greewood avenue, Madison 



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avenue, Pitman street, Warren avenue, Francis avenue, and 
Green street. 

Yoted. To accept and adopt the report. 

Voted. To adjourn to Monday. March 10, at 7.30 p. m. 



Adjourned Town Meeting, March lO, 1 890. 

The meeting was called to order by the Moderator. 

Art. 53. To see if the town will tix the compensation of fire- 
men in the East, and South wards with the understanding that 
the Companies in these districts are not to attend tires out of 
their respective wards, except upon a third or general alarm. 

Art. 54. To see if the town will buy a hose carriage for the 
Greenwood Hose Co.. and raise and appropriate money 
therefor. 

Art. 55. To see if the town will raise and appropriate three 
hundred and twenty-five dollars to buy an improved hose 
wagon to carry 1,000 ft. of hose and the life saving net. 

Voted. To indefinitely postpone action under these articles. 

Art. ")<*>. To see if the town will raise and appropriate three 
hundred dollars to buy ."><><) ft. of jacketed cotton hose. 

Voted. $300. 

Art. 57. To see if the town will raise and appropriate one hun- 
dred and twenty-live dollars to buy forty-eight army coats, 
for firemen's use at fires. 

Voted. 8125. 

Art. 58. To see if the town will raise and appropriate sixty 
dollars to buy the gong now on the South Ward school-house. 

Voted. To indefinitely postpone action. 

Voted. To take up Article 45 and reconsider previous action. 

Voted. To contract for tiuo hydrants on Myrtle avenue. 

Voted. To take up Article 9 (Highway appropriation.). 

Voted. To instruct the Road Commissioners to repair Railroad 
street from Reading line to the Junction at a cost not exceed- 
"ing $2,000. 

Voted. To adjourn to Monday, March 17, at 7. 30, p. m. 



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Adjourned Town Meeting, March 17, 1 890. 

The meeting was called to order by the Moderator. 
Voted. To take up Article 43, referred to the Selectmen March 3. 
They reported in favor of placing street lights as follows: 
two on Valley strict; three on Greenwood avenue; two on 
Main street, Greenwood and three on Myrtle avenue. 

Voted. To accept and adopt the report and appropriate $40. 

Art. 59. To sec if the Town will extend the fire alarm to the 
Gas House at a cost not to exceed two hundred dollars; also 
to Almshouse. 

VOTED. To refer the last part of this article relating to the 
Almshouse to the Engineers, to report at a future meeting. 

Art. <"><». To see if the town will increase the pay of the Fire 
Engineers from twenty-live dollars a year, each, to fifty 
dollars each. 

Voted. To indefinitely postpone action. 

Voted. To take up Article 26 and to reconsider all action previ- 
ously taken under this article. 

Voted. To take up Article 27 and reconsider the action hereto- 
fore taken. 

Voted. To refer this article to a Committee of five to be 
appointed by the Moderator, to enquire into the method and 
cost of heating and ventilating the High, old High and 
Grammar school-houses, and to. report at a future meeting. 
The Moderator appointed the following gentlemen: Chas. 
J. Ryder, A. II. Thayer, Thos. Hickey, W. G. Strong, and 
A. W. Brownell. 

Art. Gl. To see if the Town will choose an Appropriation Com- 
mittee to consider the matter of appropriations for the year 
L891, and report in the Town Report of that year. 

Art. G2. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate five 
hundred dollars to complete the improvements on Prospect 
street, as ordered by the County Commissioners. 

No action was taken on these articles. 

Voted. To extend the thanks of the Town to the Moderator, 
and to pay him $20 for his services. 

Voted. That this meeting; be now dissolved. 



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TOWN MEETING, JUNE 1890, 

Art. 1. To choose by ballot a Moderator to preside in said 
meeting. 
S. K. Hamilton had fifteen votes and E. A. Upton had thir- 
teen votes, and S. K. Hamilton was declared elected. 

Art. 2. To see if the town will release and convey to the First 
Parish of Wakefield all its right, title, and interest in a strip 
of land in the Old Cemetery on the southerly side thereof, 
so as to allow said parish to place its new church edifice 
further back from the street, and take any action that may 
he proper or necessary therefor. 

Voted. Thai the town i\v^\ t<> the first Parish the strip of land 
mentioned in this article; and the Town Treasurer was 
directed and empowered to make and execute a deed and any 
other writing necessary* I' was further 

Voted. That the town release 1<> -aid parish all that portion of 
the Old Cemetery Lying easterly of an extention Of the west- 
erly line of the parish land to the northerly line of the Cem- 
etery, in consideration that said parish votes to hereafter 
take proper care of said portion, the righl being reserved to 
the town to filter Upon the same at all reasonable times, for 
the purpose of caring tor any burial lots for which the town 
is responsible. 

Aim. '■). To see if the town will appropriate the sum of three 
hundred and fifty dollars for the purposes enumerated in 
Chapter 298 of the Acts of 1889, relating to the relief of 
soldiers and sailors and their widow-. 

Voted. To appropriate $350, and that the same be paid from 
the miscellaneous fund. 

Art. .4. To see if the town will authorize the Selectmen to fur- 
nish additional accommodations for prisoners, and appro- 
priate the sum of two hundred dollars for the same. 

Voted. $200 to be taken from the miscellaneous fund. 
Voted. That this meeting be now dissolved. 



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TOWN MEETING, AUGUST 4, 1890. 

Abtu i.k 1. To choose a Moderator to preside at said meeting. 
Edward A. Upton was unanimously elected Moderator. 

Ai:t. '1. To see ii' the town will authorize the removal of the 
Bricb Engine House to :i locution which may be more central 
and convenient, and will request the Selectmen to investigate 
and report upon tin- best location Tor such Engine House, or 
what they will do about it. 

Voted. To requesl the Selectmen to investigate and report the 
cosl of removal and the besl location. 

Aim. 3. To see if the town will vote to prohibit the further use 
of the Old Burying Grdund for burial purposes, except the 
use of the town tomb for temporary deposit, or what they 
will do in relation thereto. 

ART. 1. To see if the town will choose a committee to investi- 
gate and report upon the best location for new burial 
grounds, or what they will do in the premises. 

Voted. To refer these articles to a committee of three to report 
at a future meeting. The Moderator appointed James F. 
Emerson, Win. E. Rogers and Thomas Winship. 

Art. .*». To see if the town will authorize the Selectmen to remit 
the amount due from tin' IL M. Warren Post 12, G. A. R. 
Association for the use of the Town Hall from Apr. 15 to 
Apr. 19, 1890. 

Voted. To so authorize the Selectmen. 

Art. <i. To hear and act upon the report of the Road Commis- 
sioners in relation to laying out, widening and extending 
Auburn street. 

The report of the Road Commissioners was read and 
accepted. 

Voted. To refer this article back to the Road Commissioners 
with instructions to ascertain the land damages, and report 
at an adjournment of this meeting. 

Art. 7. To see if the town will appropriate an additional sum of 
money for miscellaneous expenses. 



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Voted. Si, 500, the Town Treasurer to issue notes therefor, pay- 
able in 1891. 

Art. 8. To see if the town will take any action relative to erect- 
ing a new School Building on Academy Hill. 

Voted. To appoint a committee of nine, with authority to solicit 
plans at an expense not exceeding $300, and to report not 
later than the annual meeting. March, 1891. 

Art. 9. To hear and act upon the report of a committee chosen 
at the last annual town meeting, to whom was referred the 
matter of investigating as to heating and ventilating the old 
High and Grammar, and the new High School Buildings. 

The report of the committee recommended the introduc- 
tion of the Fuller and Warren Company's system of heating, 
ventilating, and sanitary closets in the High School Building 
only, at a cost of S 1 ,5 17. 

Voted. To accept and adopt the report. 

Art. 10. To see if the town will appropriate money for the heat- 
ing and ventilating of the old High, Grammar, and new High 
School Buildings in conformity with the order of the State 
Inspectors, or what they will do in the matter. 

Voted. To appropriate >!."> 17. the Town Treasurer to issue 
notes therefor payable in 1891, to be expended :i> per report 
of committee on Article '.». and under the direction of said 
committee. 

Am. 11. To see if the town will appropriate money for heating 
and ventilating the Franklin Street School Building, in con- 
formity with the order of the State Inspectors, or what they 
will do in the matter. 

Voted. $875, to be expended by the committee on Article 10. 

Art. 12. To see if the town will grant to the trustees of the 
Sweetser Lectures the free use of the Town Hall for a course 
of lectures during the season of J <s'.M)- ( .) 1 , or what they will do 
about it. 

Voted. To grant the request in this article. 

Voted. To take up Article 6. 

Voted. To adjourn to Monday, Sept. 23, at 7. 30, p. m. 



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Adjourned Town Meeting, Sept. 23, 1 890. 
The meeting was called to order by the Moderator. 

Acting under Article 6L, the Road Commissioners reported 
thai the Real Estate and the Building Association claim $600 
damages in lien of 824 1.22 awarded; and M. F. Lyons claims 
$1,056.40 instead of >.vjs.2<) awarded. 

Voted. To accept the report. On account of the heavy land 

damages asked, no further action was taken. 
Voted. Thai this meeting be now dissolved. 



STATE ELECTION AND TOWN MEETING, NOV, 4, 1890. 

Pursuant to a warrant duly drawn and served, the voters assem- 
bled at 7 o'clock in the forenoon, to bring in their votes for Repre- 
sentative to Congress to represent the Sixth District of Massachu- 
setts in the fifty-second Congress <>f the United States; for Gov- 
ernor. Lieutenant Governor, Secretary, Treasurer and Receiver 
General, Auditor and Attorney General of the Commonwealth; 
for Councillor for the Sixth Councillor District; for a Senator 
for the Sixth Middlesex Senatorial District; for a Representative 
to the General Court to represent the Thirteenth Middlesex Repre- 
sentative District; for one County Commissioner for the County 
of .Middlesex ; and also to bring in their votes, Yes or No, on the 
same ballot, on the following proposed articles of amendment to. 
the Constitution, to wit : 

Article <u Amendment to Prevent the Disfranchisement 
of Voters because of a Change of Residence Within 

tiik Commonwealth. 

No person otherwise qualified to vote in elections for governor, 
lieutenant-governor, senator and representatives, shall, by reason 
of a change of residence within the Commonwealth, be disquali- 
fied from voting for said officers in the city or town from which he 
has removed his residence, until the expiration of six calendar 
months from the time of such removal. 



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Article of Amendment Relative to Soldiers and Sailors 
Exercising the Right of Franchise. 

Article twenty-eight of the Amendments of the Constitution, 
is hereby amended by striking out, in the fourth line thereof, the 
words "being a pauper," and inserting in place thereof, the 
words: — "receiving or having received aid from any city or 
town" — and also by striking out in said fourth line, the words '^if 
a pauper." so that the article as amended shall read as follows : 

* Article XXVIII. 

••No person having served, in the ♦army or navy of the United 
States in time of war. and having been honorably discharged from 
such service, shall be disqualified therefor on account of receiving 

or having received aid from any city or town, or because of the 
non-payment of a poll tax." 

The votes for nil the above-named officers, and for the Articles 
of Amendment to the Constitution shall lie upon one ballot, and 
received according to the Provision of ( Chapter 123, of the Acts of 
1890, entitled "the Election Act of Eighteen Hundred and Nine- 
ty." Tin' polls will he open for the choice of the above-named 
officers at 7.15 o'clock in the forenoon, and will remain open for 
four hours at Least, and for such Longer time as the majority of the 
voters present, shall by vote direct, not Later than the hour of sun- 
set. , 

The meeting was called to order and the warrant lead by (hair- 
man Savage, of the Selectmen. Prayer was offered by Rev. 

Irving Spencer. The following officers were appointed: 

J. Fred Parker and Ezra M. Soutnworth, Inspectors; Cornelius 
Donovan. Leroy E. Howlett, Geo. E. Kicker and Alonzo S. Cobb, 
Deputy Inspectors; (has. H. Davis. W. W . Bessey and Iloyt B. 
Parker, to work the patent ballot box; ('has. E. "Walton, Thos. 
Kernan, .Ins. A. Hickey, Thos. Hickey, A. H. Thayer, M. J. Hill, 
Geo. II. Teague and W. W. Taft, Counters. 

Votkd. To close the polls at sunset. At 4.34 p. m., the polls 
were closed. The patent ballot box failed to register correctly. 
Upon the completion of the count, public declaration in open 
town meeting was made of the 



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KKSULT OF THE BALLOT. 



GOVERNOR. 

JOHN Q. A. BRACKETT, of Arlington, 
WILLIAM E. RUSSELL, of Cambridge, 
JOHN BLACKMER, oi Springfield, 
Blank, ...... 

Defective, ....... 

I. Ill TENANT GOVERNOR. 

WILLIAM II. HAILK. of Springfield, 

JOHN W. CORCORAN, of Clinton. . 

GEORGE KEMPTON, of Sharon, 

Blank, 

Defective, ...... 



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512 

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3E< Rl l \i:v OF THE COMMONWEALTH. 

W 1LLIAM M. OLIN, of Boston, 
ELBRIDGE CUSHMAN, of Lakeville, 
GEORGE 1). CRITTENDEN, of Buckland, . 
Blank. ....... 

Defective, ....... 

TREASURER \M> RECEPTEE GENERAL. 

GEORGE A. MARDEN, of Lowell, . 
EDWIN L. .Ml NX. of Holyoke, 
WILLIAM II. GLEASON, of Boston, 
Blank, ....... 

Defective, ....... 

auditor. 

CHARLES R. LADIV of Springfield, 
WILLIAM I). T. TREFRY, of Marblehead, 
AUGUSTUS B. SMITH, of Lee, 
Blank. ..... 

Scattering, ..... 

Defective. ..... 

ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

ALBERT E. PILLSBURY, of Boston, 
ELISHA B. MAYNAYD, of Springfield, 
WOLCOTT HAMLIN, of Amherst, . 
Blank, ...... 

Defective, ...... 



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438 

44 

96 

4 



485 

441 

49 

172 

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REPRESENTATIVE IN FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. 

HENRY C. LODGE, of Nahant, .... 567 

WILLIAM EVERETT, of Quincy 513 

CHARLES E. KIMBALL, of Lynn 28 

Blank. ......... 41 

Defective, ......... 3 

COUNCILLOR, SIXTH DISTRICT. 

BYRON TRUELL, of Lawrence 547 

GEOftGEW. HEYWOOD, of Westford, . . . 457 

GEORGE PILLSBURY, of TewkBbury, . . . 43 

Blank. ......... [02 

Defective, ......... 3 

I 0UNTT COMMISSIONER. 

J. HENRY READ, of Westford 557 

STEPHEN B. PUFFER, of Lowell 115 

RUFUS K. UNDERHILL, of Billerica, . . . 15 

Blank. . . . . . . . . . 102 

Defective, ......... 3 

SENATOR, 8IXTB MIDDLESEX DISTRICT. 

B. MARVIN FERNALD, of Melrose, . . . '>'^> 

WALDO E. COWDREY, of Wakefield, . . . 158 

AM.MI CUTTER, of Stoneham 17 

I) lank. . . . . . . . . . 88 

Defective, ......... •) 

REPRESENTATIVE TO mi GENERAL COURT, THIRTEENTH 

MIDDLESEX DISTRICT. 

JAMES II. CARTER, of Wakefield, . . . 619 

CHARLES F. HARTSHORNE, of Wakefield, . . 490 

Blank, ......... 40 

Defective, ......... 3 

James II. Carter was declared elected. 



Amendment to the Constitution to prevent the disfranchise- 
ment of voters because of change of residence: 

To. :'» , .»7: Xo, 141; Blank. 612; Defective, 2. 

Amendment to the Constitution relative to soldiers and sailors 
exercising the right of franchise: 

Yes, 660; No, 101 ; Blank. 97; Defective, 2. 



Voted. That this meeting be now dissolved. 



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Pursuant to a warrant drawn and issued with the one calling a 
meeting for the State Election, the voters assembled at 7 p. m. 
and were called to order by Chairman Savage, for the transaction 
of town business. 

Ai;ii< i.i. 1. To choose by ballot a .Moderator to preside in said 
meeting. 

Samuel K. Hamilton had three votes and was declared elected. 
Voted. To adjourn to Tuesday, Nov. 11, at 7..">o p. k. 



Adjourned Town Meeting, Nov. 11, 1 890. 

( ailed to oidi-r by tile M of letat « »r. 
Aim. 2. To act upon the acceptance Of the list of Jurors as pre- 
pared and submitted by the Selectmen in compliance with 
the law. 
After revision it was 

\'<>i i D. To accept tin- li>t of Jurors. 

Aim. :'.. To Bee if the town will appropriate a sum of money 

snllicieiit to p:iv the judgment and costs in the suit of Ilattie 

I). ML. Clark against the town of Wakefield, and authorize 

tlu' Treasurer to hire the same. 

Voted. $1,400 according t<> terms of this article. 

Aim. 1. To Bee what action, if any, the town will take upon the 
report of the Road Commissioners relative to the laying out, 

widening and extending of Aulturn street. 

A motion made by W . N. Tyler to contract for building 

this street was rejected. 

Aim. 5. To Bee if the town will vote to place hydrants on the 
following streets, namely: one on the corner of Greenwood 
avenue and Francis street ; one on the corner of Greenwood 
avenue and Orchard street ; one on the corner of Warren ave- 
nue and .Madison avenue, in Greenwood; and one on Gould 
street, near Emerson street; and one on Cedar street, near 
Auhurn street, and appropriate money to pay for the same. 

Art. 7. To see if the town will establish hydrants as follows : — 
one at the corner of Greenwood street and Spring street, and 
one at the corner of Spring street and a new street recently 



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opened by Nutter and Boynton, and leading out of said 
Spring street, in that part of Wakefield known as Boynton- 
ville. as petitioned for by Thomas F. Nutter and others, and 
appropriate money therefor. 

Art. 8. To see if the town will establish hydrants as follows : — 
one at or near the corner of Chestnut street and Prospect 
street, and one at or near the corner of Summit avenue and 
Adams street, and appropriate money to pay for the same, 
upon the petition of Rufus s. Merrill and others. 

Voted. That the town contract with the Wakefield Water Com- 
pany for hydrant- as asked in these articles, the contract to 
expire Dec 1. L893. 

Voted. That a committee of seven be appointed to take into 
consideration the location and price to be paid for these 
hydrants and make the contract for them. 

■ 

The Moderator appointed Wm. 8. Greenough, James H. 
Carter, Michael Low, II. II. Savage, J. Wallace Grace, Win. 
N. Tyler and James Hickey. 

Votf.i). To add the Fire Engineers to this committee. 

Art. r». To see it the town will authorize and instruct the 
Selectmen to petition the next Legislature to grani the town 
authority to raise and appropriate money to dredge and care 
for Lake Quannapowitt. 

Voted. To instruct the Selectmen to this effect. 

A motion to take np Article 1 was rejected. 

Abt. 9. To see it' the town will authorize and instrucl the Fish 
Committee to petition the Legislature, in behalf of the town, 

for authority to regulate fishing in Crystal Lake, or what 
they will do about it. 

Voted. To instruct the Fish Committee to this effect. 

Art. 10. To see it' the town will grant the free use of the Town 
Hall to tlie Veteran Fireman's Association one evening 
during the winter of l<s'J<> and '91. 

Voted. To grant free use as requested. 

Art. 11. To see if the town will choose an Appropriation Com- 
mittee to consider the financial needs of the town for l«i)l 



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and L892, and report in the annua] report of the town for 

L890, or what they will do abonl it. 
Voted. To appoint Bnch a committee. 

The .Moderator appointed Win. (i. Strong, II. H. Savage, 

W. E. Rogers, Waldo E. Cowdrey, S. W. Flint, S. 0. 

Richardson, Michael Low. Win. S. Greenough, Richard 

Britton, Roger Howard, Everetl Nichols, Thos. HiCkey and 

Win. K. Perkins. 
Voted. Thai this meeting be now dissolved. 



town meeting, January 6, i89i. 

Owing to the absence of Town Clerk Hartshorne, by reason 
of sickness, Edward M. Ransom was elected Clerk protem. 

Ai.ik ii. 1. To choose a Moderator to preside at said meeting. 
Jacob C. Hartshorne had eleven votes and Edward A. Cpton 

had eight votes and Mr. I lartsliorne was- declared elected. 
Ai;i. 2. To Bee if the town will vote to accept a street leading 

easterly from Elm street, as laid out over land of George E. 

Smith, according to a plan recorded in Middlesex South 
District. 1 try of Deed-. Book of Plans No. 63, Plan 49. 
Voted. To refer to the Road Commissioners to report at annual 
meeting. 

Art. 8. To Bee if the town will appropriate the sum of one hun- 
dred and twenty-live dollars, in addition to the sum already 
appropriated, for the purpose of purchasing forty-eight over- 
coats for the use of the firemen, at fires. 

Voted. $125, as asked in this article. 

Art. 1. To see if the town will contract with the Citizens' Gas 
Light Company, for Lighting its streets with electric lights and 
appropriate money therefor, or what they will do about it. 

Art. 8. To see what action the town will take in regard to es_ 
tablishing an electric light plant for lighting its streets and 
public buildings. 

These two articles were taken up together and after discus- 
sion, it was 



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Voted. That the Moderator appoint a committee of live to nomi- 
nate a committee of seven (two from the Centre and one from 
each of the outer Wards) to take into consideration and report 
upon these articles at the annual meeting. 
The Moderator appointed Wm. (*. Strong, .lames II. Carter, 
George II. Maddoek, E. A. Upton and Charles Jordan, and 
they reported the following committee of seven : S. K. Ham- 
ilton. .1. II. Carter. Centre; W. F. Young, North; .1. C. 
Hartshorne, West; A. II. Thayer, South; Moses V. Parker. 
Bast; ^Y. (J. Strong, Little World. 

Voted. To accepl this committee; that they report in print be- 
fore the annual meeting; have power to draw money for ex- 
penses and to till vacancies. 

Voted. To take up Article 6 on motion of Et. II. Mitchell. 

Art. <). To see it' the town will accepl a proposition from II. M. 
Warren Post Grand Army Association, in regard to a convey- 
ance t<> the town, of its property on Albion street, as a site 
for a building, for lire department purposes. 
The proposition was read by NY. N. Tyler and after cjiscus- 
>ion bv W. S. Greenough and others, it was 

Voted. To lay Article 6 on the table. 
Voted. To take up Article 5. 

Art. .">. To hear and act upon the report of the Selectmen, rela- 
tive to the best Location to remove the brick Engine House, 

and the amount such removal will cost the town. 

Pending action on this article, on motion of W. E. Cow- 
drey, it was 

Voted. To adjourn to Monday, Jan. 12, at 7.30 p. u. 



Adjourned Town Meeting, Jan. 12, 1891. 

Called to order by the Moderator. 

Article 5 being under consideration, the report of the Select- 
men was read, giving the cost of various central locations 
(and the cost of removal as 8700) and recommending that no 
action be taken about removal. 

Voted. To accept the report and lay it on the table. 
A motion to take Article 6 from the table was lost. 



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Akt. 11. To Bee if the town will appropriate an additional sum 
<»f money for miscellaneous expenses. 

Voted. $500 to be hired by tin- Treasurer. 

Akt. 10. To -re if the town will cause the reservoir at the inter- 
ction of Salem and Pleasant streets to be reopened, or what 
they will <lo about it. 

Voted. To instruct the Road Commissioners to open this reser- 
voir at the earliest possible day. 

Aim. 7. To sit if the town will accept the provisions of Chap- 
ter 386, «>f the Act- of tin- year L890, being an act to autho- 
rize tin- printing and distributing of ballots for town elec- 
tion-. :it the public expense, and applying the principles of 
the Australian system, bo called, to town elections, and to 
determine what officers, if any, not required l>v law to be 
chosen by ballot, shall be so chosen; also the number and 
terms of Buch officers. 

\ ..ii D. To accept the provisions of Chap. 386, Acts 1890. 

Voted. That the town choose Town Clerk, Town Treasurer, 
three Selectmen, Road Commissioners, Assessors, Overseers 
of the Poor, Collector of Taxes. Fish Committee, Board of 
Health. Constables, Fence Viewers, Park Commissioners, 
Auditors, Trustees of Library and School Committee; and 
that the Road Commissioners, Trustees of Library and School 
( ommittee be chosen for BUCh terms as are provided by 
Btatute, and all other officers for one year. 

Akt. ( .». To Bee if the town will establish a hydrant at or near 
the corner of Railroad street and Beacon street, and appro- 
priate money therefor. 

Voted, To authorize the Selectmen to establish this hydrant. 

Akt. 12. To see if the town will establish and maintain three 
street lamps, on Water street, between Brook avenue and 
Farm street, upon the petition of John A. Sanborn. 

Voted. To instruct the Selectmen to take action as requested in 
this article. 

Akt. 13. To see if the town will instruct the Road Commis- 
sioners to build a sidewalk on Water street, from Brook 
avenue to Farm street, and appropriate money therefor, upon 
the petition of John A. Sanborn. 

Before any action was had on this article it was 

Voted. That this meeting be now dissolved. 



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RECAPITULATION. 



Births registered in 1.890, 
Males, 
Females. . 



96 
89 

1 85 



185 



Nativity of Parent*. 

Wakefield, . 

United States, 

British Provinces, 

Ireland. 

England. 

Scotland. 

Sweden, 

Norway, 

Germany. . 

Russia. 

Italy. 



Fathers. 


Mothers 


18 


L8 


66 


67 


40 


88 


31 


M 


11 


9 


6 


7 


4 


6 


;; 


2 


8 


8 


2 





1 


1 



185 



IS.") 



Marriage-- registered in 18^0. 

Nativity. 

Born in Wakefield, 
" United State-. 
British Provinces, 

" Ireland, . 
England, 
u Scotland. 



81 



Grooms. 


Brides 


10 


18 


39 


81 


23 


25 


7 


7 


2 


4 





1 



-SI 



81 



51 



First marriagi 
Second marriage. 
Third marriage, 



oms 


Brides 


72 


75 


7 


6 


2 






81 



si 



V •. under 20 years of age, 
between 20 and .*>o. 

80 and 40, 

.40 and 50, 

50 and 60, 



1 


16 


65 


56 


10 


7 


3 


2 


2 






81 



si 



Deaths registered in L890, 
Males, 
Females, . 



57 

64 

121 



121 



Number under 5 years of age 






32 


between ~> and lo, . 




2 


10 and 20, 






4 


20 and 30, , 






13 


30 and 40, , 






9 


40 and 50, 






8 


50 and 60, 






10 


60 and To. 




. 


11 


70 and SO, 






16 


SO and 90, 






8 


1»0 and 100. 






3 


Still-births, . 






5 



121 



Average age, 36 years, 10 months, 21 days. 



52 



Nativity. 

Born in Wakefield, 

United States, 

Ireland, 

British Provinces,. 

England, 

Scotland, 

Germany, 

Austria, 



47 
47 
16 

4 
4 

1 
1 
1 



121 



DOG LICENCES 



Number of dogs licensed in 1890, . 
.Males, . 
Females, . 

Tax on 276 Males at $2.00, . 
32 Females at $5.00, . 



u 



Deduct Clerk's fees, 



Paid J. O. Hayden, County Treasurer, 



• • 

276 
31 

• • 

• • 


307 

$552 00 
155 00 


• • 


$707 00 
61 40 


• • 


$645 60 
$645 60 



CHARLES F. HARTSHORNE, 

Town Clerk. 



K\ 



REPORT OF BOARD OF HEALTH. 



The result of the annua] election in 1890, for Board of Health, 
snowed that Mr. J. B. Wiley, Dr. J. W. Heath and Dr. J. A. 
O'Leary were chosen to serve for the ensuing year; but Dr. 
Heath declining to qualify, it was necessary to proceed according 
to Chap. 307, Acts of 1885. 

Accordingly a joint meeting of the Boards of Selectmen and 
Health, was held March 21, and Mr. C. E. Niles was chosen to 
lill the vacancy. 

Organization was affected by the choice of Mr. Wiley as chair- 
man and Dr. O'Leary as secretary. It was voted at the first meet- 
ing that Mr. C. K. Niles be appointed * 'agent and Health Officer" 

for the year. 

Last year's Board made a suggestion that the Health Officer be 

a man who gave his entire time to public duties in the town, claim- 
ing that the work would be accomplished with better satisfaction 
and that better results would be obtained. 

The experience of the past year proves this to be true, for the 
work has been more satisfactorily performed and the results have 
been all that could be expected. There has been less friction and 
a much more ready compliance with the rules of the Board than in 
some previous years. A request to abate a nuisance has been fol- 
lowed by immediate attention and ail notices and orders have been 
promptly complied with, so that the duties of the Health Officer 
have been less arduous than heretofore. This is as it should be, 
and has been due to the executive ability of the Health Officer as- 
sisted by the fact that he was also Chief of Police. 

The retiring Board sincerely hopes that the work of the future 
Boards will run as smoothly as that of 1890. 



54 



DISEASES AND DEATHS. 

The past year has been one filled with sickness and all the 
anxiety and distress accompanying it. 

From the early days of the year when everybody had the Influ- 
enza, through the long hot summer with its attending diseases, to 
the closing epidemic of Scarlet Fever and Measles, it has been one 
long siege of illness. 

The death rate has increased, but not in proportion to the amount 
of sickness and the character of the diseases. La Grippe was with 
us and staid a while, but the number of deaths immediately follow- 
ing its visit were few. though some died during the year from dis- 
eases that followed, or were complications of it. The number of 
deaths resulting from summer discuses was not above the average. 

The epidemic of Scarlet Fever has been of a mild character and 
the percentage of deaths has been small. The deaths occurring 
have resulted from the disease taking on a malignant form, or from 
some complication, as Diptheria. 

Statistics show that the number of fatal cases in different epi- 
demics of Scarlet Fever, varies very largely, from 3 in 100 cases 
to 34 or even 40 in 100, and in one particularly severe epidemic, 
.")."» in 100. The number in our town dining the present run, has 
been 8 in 94 eases or 8 1-2 per cent. 

The season of the year and condition of the weather usually has 
no etfect upon the spread of the disease, and does not seem to 
change its type, but we had comparatively few cases until cold 
weather set in, and it seemed to spread most rapidly when the con- 
ditions of temperature and moisture were least favorable. 

The first case was reported Feb. 1, 1890, and there were no 
more until June 2. The number of cases in each month, was as 
follows: Feb., 1; June, 2; July, 7; Ang., 2; Sept.,|10; Oct., 
10; Nov., 22; Dec, 29; Jan., 1891, 11. 

It has visited all parts of the town and at one time was so prev- 
alent among children attending the schools on Academy Hill, that, 
after consulting with the School Committee, it was deemed best to 
close those schools for several weeks. 

As an accompaniment of the Scarlet Fever we have had, and 
there is still, a run of Measles. This disease, while more con- 
tagious than the other, is not of so malignant a character, though 



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every case is attended by more or Jess danger, if not from the 
course of the disease, from its sequelae. Parents are, in too 
man y eases, apt to regard both of these fevers as something- that 
children must have, and think the sooner they get them the better 
f or the children. They look upon it as some boys do smoking ; 
they never will be men until they can smoke without getting sick; 
and these parents appear to think that their children cannot grow 
up until they have had all the diseases of childhood. Taking this 
erroneous view of it. they take Little or no pains to protect them 

• in contagion, and in some instances deliberately allow them to 
Come into contact with some little patient who has the disease in 
a mild form. 

Below is a list of the contagious diseases reported to the Board; 
but it does not represent the full number of cases that have 
occurred in town, as there have been a great many that were not 
Been by physicians, and so were not reported. 

From Feb. 1, 1890, to Feb. 1, 1891, there have been of 

Scarlet Fever. 94 cases with 8 deaths. 
Measles, 43 •• " 

Diphtheria, 3 •• " 

Typhoid Fever. 1 u " 

The number of deaths occurring in Wakefield for 1H1H) was 115. 
The list of causes presents no peculiar features, and as usual 
Consumption leads with a heavy percentage to its credit. 

Consumption, 15 Marasmus, 4 

Heart Disease. 10 Still Births, 4 

Cancer, 10 Gastritis, 4 

Meningitis, 10 Convulsions, 3 

Pneumonia, 6 Chronic Bronchitis, 2 

Apoplexy, ."> Bronchitis, 2 

Heart Failure, 5 Immaturity, 2 

Scarlatina, 5 Puerperal Convulsions, 2 

Old Age, 5 Cholera Infantum, 2 

. Capillary Bronchitis, Premature Birth, Pelvic Abscess, Hepatitis, 
Suicide, Puerperal Fever, Chronic Nephritis, Dropsy, Chronic 
Diarrhoea, Tubercular Peritonitis, Uraemia, Dysentery, Cause 
Unknown, Prostatitis, 1 each. 



56 



NUISANCES. 

There have been no nuisances of any great importance for us 
to abate this year, and all the minor ones that have come to our 
notice have been carefully attended to. Improvement has been 
made in the Lake Street District by a change in the course of the 
outlet of the stream draining this section, but it will not be in good 
condition until the entire stream has been carefully cleared, 
obstructions removed, and a free water course made. 

Every summer the Road Commissioners find it necessary to 
clean out several times the catch basins of the drain on Main 
Btreet, and the materia] removed and the accompanying odor 
clearly prove that something besides rain water Mows through the 
drain. 

If this drain which was laid years ago. and has a Dumber of pri- 
vate drains emptying into it. was intended for a public sewer, it 
should have been constructed so that the openings on the Main 
Btreet would not act as chimneys for the escape of foul air. Pri- 
vate drains, overflow from cesspools, in short, no drain of any 
kind has a light to empty into this main drain which we under- 
stand was constructed solely to receive and carry away the 
t-xcess of rain water from the Btreet. 

By SOme mistake the builders of the basement of the proposed 
G. A. R. hall were given permission to connect a drain from the 
cellar with the main drain. The Board of Health is the only 
body having power to grant a permit in such a case, and this we 
did not do and would not. had application been made. As the 
building has not been erected or the drain used, the matter has 
not come before us or received our official attention. 

The open drain or water way running parallel with, and east of, 

Main street has been thoroughly cleaned and opened up. 

There i- one spot in our town that is not a credit to it, is not 
pleasant to behold, and in hot weather is far from agreeable to 
approach. That is the pond at the Centre Depot. Its present 
use is as a receiving basin for several drains, and it looks like and 
act- as ii large open cesspool. Now there is no reason for its 
existence; it Berves no special purpose, is not beneficial in any 
way; in fact, has no redeeming qualities and many bad one-. 
The drains which empty into it could be continued or united into 



57 



ge one at this point and the rest of the surface covered in, 

making land that in a few years would be valuable. The value 

of the land thus made would cover the expense, the appearance 

of thi^ part of the town would be greatly improved, and we are 

•■ the sanitary condition would be benefitted. 

SEWERAGE 81 STEM. 

At tlic annual town meeting held in April, l.s.x.x, a committee 
- chosen to consider the subject of a sewerage system, and this 
mmittee consulted a civil engineer who surveyed the town, drew 
up a plan and gave an estimate of the cost. 
The report of this committee will be found in the Town Report 
- I and contains much valuable information on this impor- 
tant matter. The committee strongly urged that the town give 
subject early and serious consideration, but no action was 
tuk»ii. and not any since, so that the matter has slipped from the 
public mind. The need is just as urgent to-day, and more so, as 
the population has increased and more houses have been built and 
OC< 1 since the report was made. 

1 • e present Board has no new ideas to offer and no suggestions 
to make, but wishes to brin<j. the attention of the voters to this 
necessity, and we earnestly hope that the public mind will be fixed 
upon it and not taken off until it is finally settled. 

rge undertakings require great and constant pressure to start 
them, and this sewerage question will have to go through a great 
deal of steady agitation before it comes to an issue; so the sooner 
we commence to agitate, the sooner the work will be done. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. B. WILEY, 

J. A. O'LEARY, M. D., 

C. E. NILES, 

Board of Health. 
Wakefield, Feb. 10, 1891. 



58 



REPORT OF FOREST FIREWARDS. 



During the twelve months, ending Dec. 31, 1890, there have 
been forty-eight fires, viz. : 



January, 


5 


July, 


4 


February, 


3 


August, 





March, 


3 


September, 


1 


April, 


16 


• 

October, 


1 


May, 


5 


November, 


3 


June, 


2 


December, 


5 



Two hundred persons have been employed at an average ex- 
pense of 58 cents and a fraction, or a fraction over $2.22 per fire. 

The number of fires and the expenses in each ward were as fol- 
lows : 

. $10 00 
5 00 



Centre 


District, 


7 tires 


North 


(C 


3 " 


South 




8 » 


Bast 


u 


2 " 


West 


(( 


16 « 


Woodville " 


4 " 


Centre 


Junction 


8 " 



Total, 



48 



10 


50 





00 


30 


25 


18 


00 


. 15 


00 


. $106 


75 



Thirty-five of the town's Johnson Pumps were used at these 
fires, and forty-five of the town's buckets and fire cans. 



RECAPITULATION. 

Appropriation, ..... 

Expense of 48 fires, .... $106 75 

Printing Forest Fireward's rules, and repairs on pumps 
and their appliances, . . . . 27 56 



. $200 00 



$134 31 



$65 69 



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.JOHNSON PUMPS. 

In compliance with the vote of the town at its animal meeting, 
the Forest Fire wards herewith furnish a list of the present locations 
of the town's Johnson Pumps, now numbering sixty-eight, as 

follows : 



So. 1, John A. Ifeloney, Prospect 

Street, Wes1 District. 
•• '2. .John F. Whiting, Pleasanl 
Streel . ( Sentre District. 

• :;. Win. II. Atwell. Prospect 

Street, West District. 
•■ 4. Richard Britton, Main st .. 
Centre Distrid . 

• 5, John M. Cate, Main Street. 

Centre District. 

•• 6, C. C. EldTidge, Myrtle Ave.. 

South District. 
•• 7. Noah M. Baton, Park street. 

Centre District . 
«■ 8, Caleb Putney. Water Street. 

Woodville District. 
" !». II . E. Nutter, Oak Street. 

South District. 
•• 10. W. D. Parker, Wiley Street, 

Woodville District. 
11. T. C Welch. Wiley Place. 

Woodville District . 
" 12. A. A. Currier, W. Albion 

St.. West District. 
*• 18, B. II. Walton. Pleasanl St.. 

Centre District . 
•• 14, II. P. Hill. Summer street. 

Centre Dist rict , 
'• 15, B. W. Cole, Water Street, 

Woodville District. 
" 16, Alden Crocker, Green St., 

South District. 
" 17, Robert Braxton, Lake St., 

West District. 
" 18, Samuel Winship, Church 

Street, Centre District. 
"19, Wm. Mellett, Nahant St., 

Centre District. 
" 20, Patrick Kenney, Melvin St., 

Centre District. 
"21, Michael Low, Bennett St., 

Centre District. 
" 22, Wm. Garside, Nahant St.. 

Centre District. 
" 23, A. A. Mansfield, Main St., 

Coal Yard, Centre District. 
" 24. J. S. Round, Main Street, 

Centre District. 



flo. 25, Geo. K. GUinan. Charles St., 
Centre District. 

26, ('has. Gorham, Lowell St., 
North District. 

27, John MeManuis. Lowell St., 
North District. 

28, Wm. K. Perkins. Central 
St.. North District. 

29, Samuel Parker. Main St., 
North District. 

:;<). W. II. Knight, Cordis St., 
North District. 

31, J. R. Rcid. Salem and Low- 
ell Streets. East District. 

32, F. Nickerson, Lowell St., 
Last District. 

:'»:;. Geo. K. Walton. Salem St., 

East District. 
.".4. M. P. Parker. Lowell and 

Vernon Sts., East District. 

35, Harris Pratt. Vernon St., 
East District . 

36, Isaac E. Green. Main St., 
Centre Distriet. 

:'>7. I. F. Sheldon, Main Street, 

South District. 
38, J. G. Brooks. Forest St., 

South District. 
:;«.». W. H.Taylor, (Trove Street, 

South District. 

40, Rodney Edmunds, Court, off 
Water* St., Woodville Dist. 

41, Mrs. Ellen Dennehey, Water 
Street, Woodville District. 

42, John McGlorv, Jr., R. R. 
St., West Distriet. 

43, W. W. Bessey, Emerson St., 
West District. 

44, A. S. Philbrook, R. R. St., 
West District. 

45, Thomas Kernan, Gould St., 
West Distriet. 

4«, Benjamin Oliver, Nahant St., 
Woodville District. 

47, Geo. E. Donald, Almshouse, 
Farm St., Woodville Dist. 

48. Geo. R. Tyzzer, Court on" 
Water St., Woodville Dist. 



60 



No. 49, E. S. Hopkins, Hopkins St., 

West District. 
" 50, A. P. Linnell, Main Street, 

Centre District. 
" 51, is missing : strict search has 

been made for it, but it has 

not been found. 
" 52, A. G. Baxter, Forest Street, 

South District. 
" 53, Geo. F.Roby, Greenwood and 

Spring St., South District. 
• 54, S. M" Gates, Green St., 

South District. 
■ 55, L. P. Hooper, Nahant St., 

Woodville District. 
•• 56, Alex Murray, Farm Street, 

Woodville District. 
•' 57, W. M.-Ward, Nahant Street, 

Woodville District. 
" 58, Geo. M. Leavens, Salem St., 

East District. 



No. 59, Jonathan Buxton, Lowell 

Street, East District. 
" 60, Albert Phinney, New Salem 

Street, East District. 
" 61, Everett Nichols, Vernon St., 

North District. 
" 62, Jonathan N. McMaster, Ver- 
non Street, East District. 
" 63, J. S. Newhall, Lowell Street, 

North District. 
" 64, Timothy McCaulhT, R. R.St., 

West District. 
" 65, Geo. H. Teague, Converse 

Street, West District. 
" 66, D. D. Douglas, Broadway 

Street, West District. 
"67, John F. Stimpson, Prospect 

Street, West District. 
" 68, Wm. Darling, Main Street, 

South District . 

B. W. OLIVER, 

A. L. MANSFIELD, 

RUFUS KENDRICK, 

Forest Firewards. 



61 



REPORT OF POLICE DEPARTMENT. 



To Thi Honorable floardof Selectfrien of the Town of Wakefield: 

Gentlemen : — I have the honor herewith to submit for your 
inspection and information the annual report of the Department 
of Police for the year ending January 31, 1891, together|With the 
report presented to me of the night officers. 

Whole number of arrests, . . . . . . 145 

jviaies, ......... i •>_ 

Females, ......... 13 



CLASSIFIED AS FOLLOWS. 

Assault including, assault on officers, 
Adultery, .... 
Bastardy, .... 
Breaking and entering, 
Common drunkard. 
Cruelty to animals, 
Default warrant, 
Defrauding boarding house, . 
Disturbing the peace on railroad, 
Drunkenness, 
False alarm of tire, 
Larceny, .... 
Neglect of family, 
Stubborn child, . 
Threatening to do bodily harm, 
Vagrancy, .... 
Violation of liquor law. 
Lord's day. 



Total, 



SEARCH WARRANTS SERVED 



Search for intoxicating liquor, 
Search for stolen goods, 

Total, 
Lodgings furnished at lockup, 



27 
3 
1 
2 
3 
2 
3 
1 
1 

68 
8 
6 
4 
1 
2 
3 
8 
2 



145 



7 
1 



8 
227 



62 



OF THE NUMBER ARRESTED THERE WERE 

Foreign born, ..... 
Native born, . . . . 



Children found and returned to their homes, 
Persons committed to Insane Asylum, . 
Stolen property recovered and returned to ow 

of same, ..... 
Details of police have been made for three pa 



REPORT OF NIGHT WATCH 



Whole number of arrests, 
Arrests made on warrants, 
Arrests made without warrants, 

For drunkenness. .... 

For assault, ..... 

For larcenv. ..... 

For bastardy, ..... 

For threatening bodily harm. 

For illegally selling liquor, . 

On default warrants, .... 

Total. .... 

Disturbances suppressed. 

Assisted home, ..... 

Alarms of fire given. .... 

Fires put out without alarm, 

Lost children found and restored to parents. 

Stray teams found, . . . 

Stray horses found. .... 

Places of business found open and secured, 

ALVIN L. VANNAH, 
JAMES A. McFADDEN, 

Night Watchmen. 

During the year, the recommendation made in my last report, 
relative to furnishing more adequate accommodations for persons 
applying for lodgings, has been met by the town, and a room 
with eleven bunks for night lodgers, has been constructed, and two 
additional cells for prisoners, added to the original number in the 
lockups. I desire, in this connection, to urge the necessity which 
now exists, for immediate action on the part of the town, for the 
separation of female prisoners or lodgers from men who are now 



lers. 
ades 



109 
36 

5 
3 



Value 



$661 50 



52 
17 
35 

37 

7 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 

52 

7 
11 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
65 



6:5 

lodged in the tramp room or confined in the cells. The necessity 
for this action is apparent, when we consider that insane persons 
and Women of respectable appearance and manners, awaiting trial, 
are now obliged to occupy quarters in direct connection with pris- 
oners whose moral sense recognizes no qualification of speech or 
action as between sexes, and who, as experience has shown during 
the year, Launch forth invective and filth, regardless of the pres- 
ence of woman. I therefore recommend that a separate cell be 
constructed for the sole use of female prisoners, lodgers or insane. 

FOURTH OF .11 I. V CELEBRATION. 

A matter of serious concern to the people is presented in the 
reasonable and proper observance of our national celebration of 
the independence of the United States. In conjunction with all 
other patriotic citizens, 1 fully appreciate and heartily join in all 
public demonstrations made on that day, but it is questionable 
whether an excess of license of a mischievous and dangerous 
character, is conducive to fealty and loyalty to the country, or safe 
for property. 

The building of large bonfires in our public streets, with the 
large increase in police appointments to watch and protect prop- 
erty, the danger of conflagrations, and the frightening of horses, 
and danger to lives, ought, in my judgment, to serve as a warning 
to the people to join in an effort to circumscribe such demonstra- 
tions to a reasonable and proper limit. 

The year just closed has had its full measure of responsibility, 
care and duty performed. The night officers have faithfully 
discharged their important trusts, and in no city or town in our 
immediate vicinity can there be found officers superior in qualifi- 
cations for the duty they are called upon to perform. I have 
personally discharged the duties of day officer, attending to all 
calls for police service in its varied and various phases and multi- 
plicity of detail, of which no one, not conversant with present 
demands can adequately appreciate or fully understand. The 
days have frequently lengthened far into the night before the 
routine of duty or demand has ceased, and it has become a matter 
of public necessity to meet the increased and still increasing 
demands of police work, extending as it does into innumerable and 



64 



widely divergent paths, to more adequately provide for ways and 
means incident to such service. The amount appropriated for 
personal supervision and for the ordinary and reasonable expense 
necessarily incurred, is now wholly inadequate to meet the require- 
ments of even a limited efficiency, while increasing necessities and 
imperative calls co-operative with, and incident to, general police 
accommodation maintained in other near and remote cities and 
towns, makes urgent the demand for increased facilities for efficient 
and satisfactory work in the administration of this office. 

I therefore earnestly recommend an appropriation sufficient to 
meet the just requirements of the public. 

CHARLES E. NILES, 

Chief of Police. 



65 



REPORT OF APPROPRIATION COMMITTEE. 



This committee was instructed by vote of the town, to inquire 
into the financial needs of the town for the year 1891-2, and has 
performed the duty imposed by informing itself in regard to the 
expenditures in the different departments for the past year, and 
by conference with representatives of these departments. 

Upon this basis, the following appropriations are recommended 
for the ensuing year : 

Support of .schools, $19,000 00 



School Contingent Fund, 
School Text Books and Supplies, 
Poor Department, the income from farm and 
Fire Department (including $200 for Forest Firewards) , 
Street Lights, 
Town House Expenses, . 
Highways -and Bridges, . 

Concrete Sidewalks (abutters paying one half),Cros 
sings, etc., ...... 

Repairs of Concrete Sidewalks, Crossings, etc.. 

Salaries of Town Officers, 

Police Department, 

Night Watch, .... 

Miscellaneous Expenses, 

Beebe Town Library, the dog tax and 

Public Reading Room, 

Common and Park Expenses, 



'•> ? 



1,400 00 
1,300 00 
5,000.00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
1,G00 00 
8,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

2,725 00 

1,000 00 

1,800 00 

4,000 00 

400 00 

175 00 

400 00 



Total, 



:> 



$52,300 00 



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The recommendation as to the appropriation 
Town officers is made upon the following basis of 

Town Treasurer, 

Town Clerk, .... 

Board of Selectmen, 

Road Commissioners, 

Assessors, 

Overseers of the Poor, 

School Committee, . 

Auditors, 

Registrars, 

Fire Engineers, 

Forest Fire Wards, . 

Health, 
Tax Collector, 



Total, 



for salaries of 


division : 




$200 00 




100 00 




400 00 




200 00 




400 00 




250 00 




250 00 




115 00 




110 00 




75 00 




75 00 




50 00 




500 00 



$2,725 00 



n Treasurer, we endorse the 
iation for payment of Town 



After consultation with the Tow 
recommendation as to the appropi 
Debt and Interest, which he makes in his report All the mem- 
bers of the Committee were present at the meetings and sign this 

report. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WM. G. STRONG, Chairman, 

RICHARD MUTTON, 

SILAS W. FLINT, 

WM. S. GREENOUGH, 

THOMAS HICKEY, 

ROGER HOWARD, 

MICHAEL LOW, 

EVERETT NICHOLS, 

WM. K. PERKINS, 

SOLON O. RICHARDSON, 

WM. E. ROGERS, 

HENRY H. SAVAGE, 

WALDO E. COWDREY, Secretary. 



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REPORT OF THE ROAD COMMISSIONERS. 



The Road Cojumissiohers of the town of Wakefield herewith 
respectfully present their report for the year ending Feb. 1, 1891. 

At tlu' last annual meeting the sum of $8,000 was appropri- 
ated by the town for general highway purposes. 

Received from individuals for extra work and sale of material 

M| follow- : 

\. II. Dow for stone, $21 45 

( i-aa Company, crashed >t<»ne, 
,1. II. Carter, loam, 
.1. 11. ( Sarter, extra labor, 
S. B. Dearborn, extra labor, 
II. P. Pinkham, extra labor, 
( . II. Davis extra labor. 
AY. P. Preston, extra labor, 
.1. \V. Poland, extra labor, 
C. R. Tuttle. 



Making a total of, 



10 


00 


10 


00 


9 


00 


5 


00 


4 


00 


3 


00 


8 


00 


5 


00 


5 


00 



,080 45 



All the work on the highways has been done under the direc- 
tion of the three Road Commissioners, who received for their 
services $2..")<> per day until Nov. 1st. Since that time, $2.25 per 
day. Laborers were paid $2.00 per day until Nov. 1st. Since 
that time, $1.75 per day. And the same was allowed for horse 
and cart. The pay roll is as follows : 



LABOR ON HIGHWAY AS PER PAY ROLLS. 



Everett Nichols, 


$281.16 


Daniel Carter, 


$49.38 


F. P. Hoyt, 


318.28 


Frederick Neiss, 


124.13 


H. N. Oliver, 


189.57 


William Oliver, 


236.44 


G. E. Mears, 


107.76 


Thomas Haverty, 


185.50 


Patrick 31 use, 


112.50 


Dennis Brennan, 


256.44 


Patrick Donahoe, 


19.44 


John Flynn, 


43.00 



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John Lee, 


$10.00 


John Kane, 


$8.00 


J. J. Nichols, 


29.00 


Francis Brady, 


9.00 


Richard Maloney, 


8.00 


B. F. Shedd, 


11.50 


Daniel Shannahan, 


38.75 


William Welch, 


31.00 


D. P. Richardson, 


5.50 


W. H. Arrington, 


48.25 


F. A. Heath, 


53.00 


Francis Lunt, 


4.00 


Frank Stoddard, 


71.32 


Dennis Conner, 


10.00 


Martin Glynn, 


19.00 


James Hennesy, 


29.00 


C. H. Hart, 


92.88 


John O'Neil, 


10.00 


Andrew Young, 


35.00 


L. D. Hoyt, 


50.50 


John Hassett, 


20.00 


John Toomey, 


21.50 


Michael Madden, 


109.44 


Michael 0'Connell, 


9.25 


Michael O'Neil, 


16.00 


H. N. Winslow, 


2.00 


A. A. Mansfield, 


1.00 


Chas. Wanamake, 


11.00 


Joseph Connell, 


39.00 


Lee Bartlett, 


3.00 


James Graham, 


27.57 


Stephen Gates, 


12.63 


D. C. Wright, 


30.00 


W. O. Stoddard, 


2.00 


John Donahoe, 


22.00 


William Lee, 


3.00 


L. P. Hooper, 


115.<ss 


.Morris Welch, 


30.00 


Geo. Southerland, 


114.50 


G. K. Walton, 


20.00 


William O'Neil, 


9.;)<> 


Joseph Hyde, 


13.00 


John O'Hearn, 


9.50 


Jacob Remmel, 


5.25 


TEAMS 


ON HIGHWAY 


AS PER PAY ROLLS. 




Everett Nichols, 


$273.87 


Joseph Connell, 


$19.50 


F. P. Hoyt, 


216.25 


D. C. Wright, 


28.00 


H. N. Oliver, 


72.68 


N. II. Dow, 


12.00 


G. E. Meai's, 


L06.76 


L. P. Hooper, 


5.25 


John Flynn, 


22.00 


B. F. Shedd, 


11.50 


John Lee, 


10.00 


William Welch, 


31.00 


J. J. Nichols, 


26.5Q 


Francis Lunt, 


4.00 


C. H. Hart, 


49.00 


John Toomey, 


21.50 


Andrew Young, 


70.00 


.Michael O'Connell, 


4.88 


D. W. Hunt, 


40.00 


Chas. Wanamake, 


6.75 


A. A. Mansfield, 


1.00 


Stephen Gates, 


21.00 



THE >TREETS RECEIVING THE LARGEST EXPENDITURE 

ARE AS FOLLOWS : 



Main street, 

Railroad, 

Pleasant, 

Vernon, 

New Salem, 

Haverhill, 

Spring, 

Park, 



$1 



000.00 


Albion, 


987.50 


Prospect, 


50.00 


Salem, 


300.00 


West Chestnut, 


250.00 


Travers, 


200.00 


Byron, 


150.00 


Water, 


150.00 


Valley, 



$150.00 
125.00 
50.00 
40.00 
50.00 
50.00 
20.00 
20.00 



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Other streets have received attention, and smaller amounts 

pended thereon. 

The road-scraper has been used in parts of the town where most 
needed. In accordance with the vote of the town, the work, where 
practicable, lias been done by contract. 

A special appropriation of 81,000 was made for repairing Broad- 
way. $987.35 was expended on said street. The contract was 
awarded t<> X. II. Dow. 

A special appropriation of $300 was made for Water street 
bridge. The sum of $347.72 was expended on said bridge. 

The contract was awarded to N. II. Dow. 

A special appropriation of $700 was made for sidewalks on 
Vernon street, but as the action of the town did not cover the in- 
tent of the article, it was thought best to let the street lay over 
until another year. The sum of $29 was spent on sidewalks on 
said street. 

A special appropriation of $1,500 was made for Main street, 
as laid out by the County Commissioners, but, as an injunction 
was issued on the same, nothing was done. 

The town made no special appropriation for opening the ledge 
for the use of the crusher, so that money had to be taken from 
the general fund which was much needed on the streets. 

The crusher is in good working order and has proved capable 
of doing all that was anticipated. Five hundred dollars should 
he appropriated to put the ledge in first-class condition; and 
when once fairly opened nothing more will be needed in that direc- 
tion. The ledge proves to be of excellent quality of stone and 
works up to advantage. 

It is hoped that a sufficient sum of money will be appropriated 
the present year to put Main street in good condition. 

CONCRETE. 

At the annual meeting $1,000 was appropriated for concrete 
work. The contract for concreting was awarded to G: W. 
Killorin for 50 cents per yard. 

The sum of $1,494.66 was expended for concrete as per con- 
tract. $436.79 has been collected from abutters. Amount 
expended by the towu, $1,057.21. 



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James Boyd, 


$31.75 


J. M. Gilman, 


$34.73 


S. W. Flint, 


26.48 


James Garraty, 


15.03 


J. G. Morrill, 


3.50 


Ida Skinner, 


12.30 


D. G. Walton, 


20.00 


L. J. Pitman, 


68 25 


W. P. Preston, 


32.90 


Wood, Harmon & Co. 


103.63 


J. W. Poland, 


13.56 


C. A. Evans, 


16.73 



GUIDE-BOARDS. 

The guide-boards are all in good condition. 

The details of expenditures will be found in the financial report. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EVERETT NICHOLS, 
HENRY N. OLIVER, 
FRANK B. HOYT, 

Road Com m issioners, 
Wakefield, Feb. 1, 1891. 



71 



ENGINEERS' REPORT. 



To the Honorably Board of Selectmen: 

• 

Gentlkmkn, — The annual report of the Engineers of the Fire 
Department is herewith presented, giving details of the force and 
apparatus, reoordfl of the fires which have occurred during the past 
year, amount of losses and insurances of property, as near as could 
be ascertained. 

The force of the department consists of three Fire Engineers, 
one Engineer of Steamer, one Assistant Engineer, one Steward, 
thirty hosemen, fifteen Hook and Ladder men, one Volunteer Hose 
Company, divided as follows: 

STEAMER LUCIUS BEEBE, NO. 1. 

Foreman, William Tyzzer. One third-class Silsby Steam Fire 
Engine, one supply wagon for coal, one four-wheeled hose carriage 
carrying 800 feet of hose. Thirteen men. 

WASHINGTON HOOK AND LADDER CO., NO. 1. 

Foreman, Henry Stoddard. One truck carrying 153 feet of lad- 
ders, one life saving net. Fifteen men. 

C. WAKEFIELD CHEMICAL ENGINE CO., NO. 1. 

Foreman, Thomas Gould. One chemical engine carrying 100 
feet, one inch hose. Ten men. 

Yale Hand Engine in charge of the Veteran Fireman's Associa- 
tion. 

J. H. CARTER HOSE CO., NO. 1. 

Foreman, Henry Fay. One two-wheeled hose carriage carry- 
ing 650 feet hose. Ten men. 

The location of this Company has been changed to more con- 
venient and suitable quarters on Mechanic street, without any 
additional expense in rent. 



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VOLUNTEER HOSE CO., NO. 2. 

Foreman, William E. Cade. Have 600 feet of hose in their 
charge, and maintain their independent company. 

They have the sincere thanks of the Engineers, for their valu- 
able services during the year, and deserve honorable mention and 
the thanks of every citizen. 

There is one two-wheeled hose carriage located at Greenwood, 
carrying 700 feet hose. There is no regular organized company 
there. 

There is one four-wheeled hose carriage carrying 800 feet of 
hose, located at G. H. Hat ha way's stable, belonging to the 
Lucius Beebe Company. 

The total amount of hose now in use by the several companies 
is 3,500 feet. 

One fire extinguisher and one Lowry hydrant head located at 
Town House. 

The following alarms have been responded to during the past 
year : 

April 3. Fire at upper depot, damage slight. 

April 17. Alarm from box 35. Fire at C. A. Bowser's dry 
goods store. Damage $11. 

April 19. Alarm from box 35. Fire at C. F. Woodward's 
dwelling house, occupied by F. E. Noyes. Damage slight. 

June 3. Alarm from box 35. Fire at I. A. Parsons' carpen- 
ter shop. Damage $1,000. 

July 4. Alarm from box 23. False alarm. 

July 41. Alarm from box 41. Fire at Cushman estate, build- 
ing owned by Dr. Davis, of Charlestown. Damage $300. 

July 4. Alarm from box 23. False alarm. 

Sept. 7. Alarm from box 35. Dwelling house owned by Mrs. 
Schurman, Woodville. Damage to building and contents $1,200. 

Nov. 29. Alarm from box 23. Stable owned by Emma S. 
March, occupied by Frank H. March. Damage to building, $190 ; 
to contents, $428.97. 

The reservoir located at the junction of Salem and Pleasant 
streets has received the attention of the Board, and the Road 
Commissioners were notified last fall to open said reservoir. 



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FIRE ALARM. 

The Fire Alarm remains the same as last year and has given 
good satisfaction. There is need of more boxes, located as 
follows : one at the junction of Salem and Vernon streets ; one at 
or near the Gas House; one on West Chestnut street near T. F. 
Smith's ; one at Boyntonville ; also one at or near the Town 
Farm. 

In conclusion we desire to extend our thanks to the Selectmen, 
members of the department and to the citizens of the town for 
their support during the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HORACE W. DALRYMPLE, Chief, 
ROGER HOWARD, 
LEVI FLANDERS, 

Board of Engineers. 



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ASSESSORS' REPORT. 



Value of Buildings, exclusive of land, . 
11 " Land, exclusive of buildings, . 

Total value of Real Estate, 
Value of Personal Property, . 
. " " Resident Bank Stock (Nat. Bank of 
S. Reading), .... 

Total valuation, 
Number of dwellings taxed, . 
" horses, " 

" cows, " 

11 swine, " 

Value of real estate and machinery of corpora 
tions, ..... 

Value of church property exempted by law 

from taxation, 
Number of steam boilers, 
Aggregate horse power of steam boilers, 
Town appropriations, .... 

orate tax, ...... 

County tax, ..... 



$2,573,575 00 
1,421,460 00 

$3,995,035 00 
549,670 00 

78,660 00 

$4,623,365 00 

1,322 

459 

305 

86 

$746,800 00 

134,000 00 

21 

844 

$75,492 50 

3,815 00 

3,510 12 



$82,817 62 



Estimated receipts, 

Tax on 1,975 polls at $2 each, 



$5,500 00 
3,950 00 



Amount assessed on property, 

Tax on $4,623,365 at $16.00 per $1000, 

Overlay, ...... 

Whole number of tax payers, 
Persons paying tax on property, 

poll only, . 



. . 






. . . . 



i,450 00 

$73,367 62 

73,973 84 

506 22 

2,802 

1,586 

1,216 



CHAS. F. WOODWARD, ") 

CHAS. F. HARTSHORNE, [Assessors. 

EL WIN I. PURRINGTON, ) 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES 



OF THE 



BEEBE TOWN LIBRARY 



AND 



PUBLIC READING ROOM, 



WITH 



LIST OF PERIODICALS 



IN THE 



READING ROOM. 




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ORGANIZATION OF TRUSTEES. 



Chairman* ...... Sam'l K. Hamilton. 

Treasurer, ...... Thomas J. Skinner. 

Secretary, ...... William E. Rogers. 



COMMITTEE ON LIHKARY. 



Thomas Winship, Junius Beebe, 



George E. Dunbar. 



Committee: on finance. 



Solon O. Richardson, Thomas Kernan, 

Sam'l K. Hamilton. 

COMMITTEE ON BOOKS. 

William E. Rogers, Reuben II. Mitchell, 

Thomas Winship, Otis V. Watermen, 

Sam'l K. Hamilton. 

COMMITTEE ON BEADING ROOM. 

Otis V. Waterman, William E. Rogers, 

Thomas Kernan, Solon O. Richardson, 

Junius Beebe. 

COMMITTEE ON CATALOGUE. 

Reuben H. Mitchell, George E. Dunbar, 

William E. Rogers. 

LIBRARIAN. 

Harriet A. Shepard. 

ASSISTANT. 

Mabelle W. Newman. 

JANITOR OF READING ROOM. 

R. F. Draper. 



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TRUSTEES' REPORT. 



The Trustees herewith respectfully submit the Thirty-fifth 
Annual Report of the Beebe Town Library and Public Reading 
Room. 

Perhaps the most important innovation to which the Trustees 
would call attention, is the opening of the Library to the public 
on every evening of the week. Directly after the last annual 
town meeting the project was brought up, and the Board gave it 
their undivided attention with the result that it was voted to open 
every evening for three months as an experiment, and see if the 
action would be appreciated l>y the citizens. At the end of this 
time we were pleased to note the general satisfaction over the 
change, and Bince then it has been open every evening and three 
afternoons. This change necessitated the raising of the Libra- 
rian's salary from 81"><> to .SiiOO, including the compensation of 
her assistant ; bul we are satisfied that the money could not have 
been better expended. 

We all know how short a time lias elapsed since free town 
libraries were almost unheard of. Many of us even remember 
when the library at home consisted of the Bible, Pilgrim's 
Progress, the Annual Almanac, the two or three gaudily bound 
books on the table, in the "best room," and our school books. 
If we wanted to read more, we had either to hoard our earnings 
and buy or go to our more fortunate friends and borrow, the 

asperating story of the good boy in the Sunday-school Library 
book seldom satisfying our wants. What a change now, and at 
a cost of almost nothing to each citizen! This brings us to the 
all-important subject : 

# 

BOOKS. 

Our purchases during the year have been almost the usual num- 
ber, the amount expended being perhaps a little less than that of 
the previous year. In character we do not, in fact cannot, differ 
much from other town libraries. The demand in all public 
libraries is and always has been, first of all, for fiction. In our 



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selection of it we, however, have been particular to see that it is 
pure and wholesome. In addition to this we have tried to secure 
such novels as contain facts of history, discovery, invention 
science and general information, which, like unpalatable medicine, 
can readily be taken when hidden beneath a sugar coating. We 
are gratified that the criticisms upon our selections have been so 
charitable, for Ave are well aware that there have been, are, and 
we claim, must be, grounds for criticising the wisdom of some of 
them. The Board is composed of busy men, and the office 
of purchasing agent requres one of general education and liberal 
ideas, to which he must add a study of the catalogue, constant 
investigation of the Library's resources, an ever open ear to 
requests, and a diligent scanning of book reviews — all of which 
take time, and with most of us time is money, and this is a 
work of love. The difficulties attending the selection of books 
for our Library only become manifest when one is confronted 
at the hook store with an interesting and valuable work, and the 
questions arise — have we got it? If not, what have we upon 
the subject, and are our works antiquated <>r do they contain the 
latest thought and information ? Or again, how many are there 
among our readers who would take it from the shelves? Any one 
truly interested in books at once realizes that the days are not 
long enough to do judicious buying, let alone his own business. 
The remedy is as yet beyond our grasp, hut it can easily be seen 
that if the library could afford to pay a person liberally educated 
and having the advantage of an extensive course of reading, 
for devoting the necessary time, books could be bought much more 
cheaply, and, more than all, systematically, with a thorough 
understanding of what the Library needs. Until such time 
arrives the Trustees will devote as much of their time as they can, 
and ask for charity in criticism. 

ACCOMMODATIONS. 

We very much need more room for our books. The important 
Government documents and reports are gradually being closeted 
to make room for new books more frequently called for, but there 
is no help for it until new quarters are provided. We doubt 
if there are many other town libraries the size of ours with accom- 
modations so meagre. 



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It seems a pity that among the many schemes suggested, for 
the town to build engine houses nnd spacious quarters for other 
town institutions, no one of its citizens has the Library in view. 
It will not do to say we have books enough and must cease to buy 
until our people read what we already have. Novels are not the 
only hooks read; on the contrary, we have many diligent seekers 
for information among the Library's patrons, and they want the 
latest and hest thoughts of the leading writers of the age, the 
results <>f the most recent diseoyeries. researches, and inventions, 
Tempora mutardur. Who, save from motives of curiosity, will 
call for a work on Literature, Science, Travel, Invention, or Art, 
published in L790, when one of Lasl year's issue can be had? 
The fact is, the old hook had its mission, has served its purpose, 
and nine out of every ten, uncalled for, enjoys its honored old age 
on our shelve-, well cared for, as every faithful public servant 
should he, in his declining years. 

Tin 31 BES' ROOM. 

The Trustees have had tendered to them and gratefully accepted 
the use of a small room in the rear of the janitor's headquarters, 
where they can hold their meetings and those of their sub-com- 
mitte. 

\ \« \\< 11 18 IN 0FFK I.. 

The terms of office for which Messrs. Beebe, Dunbar and Ker- 
nan were elected to serve, haying expired, it will be necessary to 
elect three Trustees at the annual meeting, for the term of three 
year-' Bervioe, as provided by law. 

READING ROOM. 

As heretofore, the attendance at the Public Reading Room 
tables has been large and orderly. The best use has been made 
of the appropriation, some of the previous year's periodicals and 
papers have been dropped and others more in demand, substituted. 

Among the important and interesting books added to the Libra- 
ry during the year, we call attention to the following : On 



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ART AND INDUSTRY. 



An Hour with Delsarte, . 
Conversations in a Studio, 
Practical Decorative Upholstery, 
History of Painting, 



BIOGRAPHY. 



Benjamin Disraeli, . 
Dorothea L. Dix, . 
Glimpses of Fifty Years, 
Horatio Nelson, 
John Jay, 
John Winthrop, 
Joseph Edward Oglethorp, 
Joseph Jefferson (auto) ,. 
Wendell Phillips, . 
Wm. Lloyd (i unison, 
Richard H. Dana, 



ECONOMICS. 



The Economics of Prohibition, 
Land and its Rent, . 

Principles of Economics, 
Political Economy, . 



tt 



u 



Silver in Europe, . 
What's the Matter? 

FICTION. 

Friend Olivia, .... 

Feet of Love .... 

Household of McNeil, . 

A Cigarette Maker's Romance, 

Aldis Cloverden, . 

In the Valley, . 

Ascutney Street, . 

Armorel of Lyonesse, 

Aztec Treasure House, . 

Black Beauty, .... 



Morgan 

Story 

Moreland 

Waltmann 

Brewster 
Tiffany 
Frances E. Willard 
Russell 
Pellew 
Winthrop 
Bruce 
Jefferson 
Marty n 
Garrison 
Adams 



Fernald 

Walker 

Marshall 

McVane 

Mill 
Horton 
Chainberlayne 

Barr 

Aldrich 

Barr 

Crawford 

Stockton 

Frederic 

Whitney 

Besant 

Janvier 

Sewall 



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Miner's Right, 
Squatter's Dream, . 
Story of Tonty, 

\I istress of Beech Knoll, 
Jack Homer, . , 

Star Light Kanehe. 

The Demagogue, 
Prince Fortunatus, . 
Plain Tales from the Hills, 
Iln ( i it*:i t Ambition, 



I «»i: THE SPOK IvMAN 



Fly rod and Camera in Cxnada, 
Shooting on Upland, .Moor and Marsh, 
Camping, and Camp Outfits, 

6J l Hints and Points to Sportsmen, 



Boldrewood 

Catherwood 

Burnham 

Tiernan 

King 

Locke 

Black 

Kipling 

Earle 



Samuels 

Leffingwell 

Shields 

Seneca 



HISTORY . 

A Century of Town Life, (Charlestown) 
Charles town, .... 
Social and Economic History of New England, 
The Puritan ( iommonwealth, 

Montcalm and Wolfe. 

United States, 

United States under the Constitution. 
Two Lost Centuries of Britain. 
Later Roman Empire, . . , 

LITERATURE. 

Art of Authorship 

English Writers, .... 

Literature in Poetry. 

Manual of Historical Literature, 

ORATORY. 

After Dinner Speeches, . 

Oration, ..... 

JPOETRY. 

Departmental Ditties, 

Little Book of WestenijYerse. 



. llnnnewell 
Frothingham 
Weeden 
Oliver 
Parkman 
Adams 
Schoider 
Babcock 
Bury 



Sainton 

Morlev 

V 

Schaff 

Adam? 

Depew 
Grady 

Kipling- 
Field 



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Poems, ....... 

Poems, ....... 

Selections, ...... 

Poems, ....... 

REMINISCENCES AND MEMOIRS. 

Memoirs of Capt. Coignet 

Citizeuesse Bonaparte, .... 

Wife of the First Consul, 

Happy Days of the Empress Louise, 

Marie Louis*.' and the Decadence of the French 

What I Remember. .... 

Reminiscences of Montague Williams, 

Men who saved the Union, 



SOCIAL. 



How the Other Half Lives, 
hi Darkest England, 
Street Arabs, . 
The Aryan Race, 



science. 



Colors of Animals, .... 

Star Land, ...... 

Astronomy through an Opera Cla.s>, 
Psycology, ...... 

Experimental Science, .... 

Astronomy, ...... 

TRAVEL AM) ADVENTURE. 

In Darkest Africa, .... 

In and out of Central America, 

In Scripture Lands, .... 

Palestine under the Moslems, . 

The Pacific Coast, .... 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Over the Tea Cups, 

My Study Fire, 

Civil Government, . 

Essays of an Americanist, 

Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow, 

Problems of Greater Britain, . 



. M. Arnold 

Ingelow 

Robt. Browning 

Owen Meredith 

Larchey 

St. Ann and 

• 

Empire, 

Trollope 

Williams 

Pratt 



Hi is 

Booth 

Xeedham 

Morris 



Stawell 

James 

Hopkins 

Warren 

Stanley 

Vincent 

Wilson 

Le Strange 

Fink 

Holmes 

Mabie 

Fisk 

Brin ton 

Jerome 

Dilke 



83 



Our former fellow-townsman, Geo. O. Carpenter, has presented 
the Library also with a set of the United States Pacific Coast Sur- 
vey Reports published many years ago at a great expense, which 
the Trustees acknowledge with gratitude. 

The foregoing list is merely suggestive, and does not comprise 
one third of the year's additions. We publish each spring a bul- 
letin, uniform in style and character with the Catalogue, containing 
the entire list of books added during the town year. These are 
supplied at a cost of live cents each, and back numbers can 
be furnished, so that readers can always have a complete cata- 
logue, and be thus enabled to prepare their request slips at home, 
thereby saving the annoyance of delay and crowding at the Library. 

In conclusion, we recommend that the town appropriate for the 
Library $400 and the proceeds of the dog-tax, and for the use of 
the Heading Room the sum of $17."). 

For the Trustees. 

WILLIAM E. ROGERS, Secretary. 



84 



LIST OF PUBLICATIONS UPON READING TABLES, 



MOITTHLIES. 



Atlantic. 

Century. 

Forum. 

Arena. 

Carpentry and Building. 

Woman's Journal. 

Harper's Young People. 

Journal of American History. 

Scribner's. 

All the Year Round. 

The Agriculturist . 



Cosmopolitan. 
«iode\ 's Ladj 's Book. 

North American Review. 
l'oulti\ World. 
Eclectic. 
Black \\ ood's. 
Harper's .Monthly. 
Hall's Journal of Health. 
( luting. 

Popular Science Monthly 
American Bee Journal. 



FOBT1TIG-HTLY. 
The Literal \ World. 



WEEKLIES. 



Forest and SI ream. 
Harper's Weekh . 
Harper's Bazaar. 

Irish World. 
Judjj 

Ruck. 
Life. 

Scientific American. 
Youths' Companion. 
St. Nicholas. 

Wakefield Record. 



The A merican Architect. 

Texas Siftings. 

N . V. Nat ional Tribune. 
The Standard. 

The No\ ;i Scotian. 

Prank Leslie Illustrated. 
The Metal Worker. 
Loudon Graphic. 
The West Shore. 

Wakefield citizen and Banner 



The Boston Journal. The Boston Herald 

The New York Daily Graphic. 

The Reading Room is 



FRIEZE TO JL3LIL 



s: 



LIBRARIAN'S REPORT. 



Number of volumes in the Library February 1. 1890, 0,907 

Added by purchase during the year, .... 353 

to replace worn out volumes, . 56 

donation, ...... 30 

Magazines bound from the Reading Room, . 31 

10,467 

Volumes won oul during the year,. . . . 38 

Total ounber of volumes in the Library, February, L891, 10420 

Volumes added in vatwus classes as follows: 
Fiction, . . . 17 ( .» Political Economy, 



History, 
Magazines, . 
Biography, . 

Science, 

Travel, 
Literature, . 
►cial Econonv 



8 

8 



•17 Poetry, 

:\\ Religious, 

24 Shakespeare's works, (vols.) 20 

1 9 Public Documents, . 13 

16 Webster's International 

16 Dictionary 1*00, . 1 



L6 Miscellaneous, 



11 



Donations from 

H. II. Bancroft, Esq., . 


414 
1 


R. M. Lawrence, Ksq., . 


1 


II. Bore, Esq., 


1 



Donations from 

United States, . . ."> 

State of Massachusetts, 8 

orge < ). Carpenter, Ksq., 10 

Franklin Poole. Esq., . 1 

30 

Pamphlets received from various sources, ... 47 
Persons having signed Application Cards to Feb. 1, '00, 2,237 
Persons having signed from February L, 1800 to Feb- 
ruary L, 1891 280 

Total number of Cards issued, . . 2,517 

Number of books delivered during the year, . . 18,875 

" " " .March 1800, . 2,452 

Largest number delivered in one day. . . . 366 

Number of Volumes replaced, ..... 56 

" rebound 218 

HARRIET A. SHEPARD, Librarian* 
Wakefield, Februarv 2, 1801. 



8(3 



Dr. THOMAS J. SKINNER, Treasurer, 

To Cash balance in Treasury as per report Feb. 8, '90, $2 
hired on Town Notes, .... 30 

C. F. Woodward. Collector, Taxes of 1890, 61 



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it 

it 

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a 

u 



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w (. 

44 



4 4 
44 
44 
4 4 
44 
4 4 
44 



44 

44 
44 
44 



44 
( ( 



1889, 
18N<s, 

State Treasurer, acct. Corporation Taxes, . 

National Bank Tax, . 
State Aid, 1889, . 1 
Military Aid, 1889, . 
Contagious Disease.-. 
Burial State Paupers, 
Armory Rent, . 
Mass. School Fund, . 
County Treasurer acct. Dog-tax, 1890, 

" " " Kent of Court Room, 

Selectmen, Receipts from the Town Hall, 

Street Lamp Dept., 
Fence Viewers' Dept., . 
Sale of Stone Post, . 
Errors refunded. 
Overseers of the Poor, Receipts, . . 1 

" " due on previous year. 

Road Commissioners, Receipts, . 
G. E. Ricker, bal. due as Supt. of Streets, L889, 
E. D. Eldridge, bal. due from Selectmen of 

1888, on acct. of a concrete bill collected. 1 f> 

School Committee, Tuition, . . . 65 

Fish Committee, Receipts, . . . . HI 

Officer McFadden, Lock-up fees, . . 2 

W. F. Cowdrey, Auditor, Errors refunded, . 2 

Harriet A. Shepard, Librarian's receipts, . 43 

Interest from Beebe Town Library funds, . 180 

Coupon interest C. Sweetser Lecture fund, . 400 
Interest from C. Sweetser burial lot fund, . 40 

Interest accrued on Notes sold, ... 2 

Sundry Licenses, . . . . . 32 

Profits from C. Sweetser Lectures, 1889-90, 5] 

Town of Somerset, acct. B. Manning, . 4 

Tax deed, Estate of J. Devlin, . . . 17 

Citizens' Gas Light Co., use of Steamer. . 40 

" " " Error in Gas bill refunded, 15 

Interest on Deposits, .... 35 



,318 

,660 
,676 
,126 
,815 
,449 
997 
,458 

237 

22 

10 
400 

70 
585 
200 
505 

12 

4 

1 

1 

,713 19 

21 83 
515 99 
215 75 



77 
84 
93 
02 
59 
21 
20 
00 
00 
10 
00 
00 
04 
64 
00 
00 
48 
50 
00 
10 



53 

00 

00 

00 

55 

51 

00 

00 

20 

67 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

30 

42 



$119,046 36 



87 



in account with the TOWN OF WAKEFIELD, Cr. 



By Cash paid Selectmen's Orders 

Principal on Loans, .... 

Interest " 

State Treasurer, State Tax, 

" " National Bank Tax, . 

" " 1-4 Liquor License Receipts 

County Treasurer, County Tax, . 
State Aid to sundry persons, 
Town Library bills (see Report), 
Reading Room bills " 

T. J. Skinner, Treas. Sweetser Lectures 

Income from Fund, 
C. W. Eaton, acct. Tax Deeds, etc. . 
C. F. Woodward. Collector, for Tax-title 

Deeds, ...... 

Cash paid on acct. J. Nichols Temperance 

Fund, ...... 

Interest on Flint Memorial Fund, 



67,351 


93 


34,837 


50 


2,519 


89 


3,815 


00 


846 


37 


i 


75 


3,510 

7 


12 


1,744 


00 


1,359 


19 


157 


35 


400 


00 


11 


00 



105 06 

90 00 
60 00 



Total Cash paid out, . 



$116,808 16 



Balance in Treasury Feb. 14,^1891, . $2,238 20 



$119,046 36 



88 



Dr. THOMAS J. SKINNER, Treasurer, 



To Balance unexpended from last year, . . . $9(> 68 

Annual appropriation, ...... 400 00 

Dog tax of 1889, . . . . . . 764 75 

Coupon interest from Dr. Hurd Fund, 1 year to 

Dec. 1, 1890, LOO 00 

Coupon interest from C. Wakefield Fund, 1 year 

to Dec. 1, 1890, 20 00 

Interest from Flint Memorial Fund, 1 year to Feb. 

1, 1891, 60 00 

Mrs. H. A. Shepard, Librarian, fine* and cards, . 33 76 

Mrs. H. A. Shepard, sale of 15 catalogues at 25c. 3 75 



$1,484 94 



Dr. THOMAS J. SKINNER, Treasurer. 



To Annual Appropriation, 



$175 00 



$175 00 



89 



in account with the BEEBE TOWN LIBRARY, Cr. 



By Mrs. Harriet A. Shepard, salary to Feb. 1, 1891 


$002 30 


sundry supplies, . 


15 73 


W. B. Clarke & Co., acct. Books, . $158 91 


1 


Little, Brown & Co., •• 186 21 




N. .J. Baxtlett & Co.. ""'.". 1 40 3$ 


1 


B. A. Fowler ,v Co., ••••.. 3 00 


Fords, U. & Hurlburt," " 4 00 


.Mis. S. A. Wilson, •• " . 5 11 




Waldo E. Cowdrey, •• " . 17£ 




Carl E. Dunsliee, •• •* . 7 50 


F. M. Tinkham, " 5 7£ 






592 40 


I'. 1). Meston, repairs of Hooks, . 


63 00 


Horace A. Brooks, •• •• 




15 20 


Greenough, Hopkins ^ Cushing, Stationery, 




5 30 


V. H. Hall & Co.. Paper, . 




16 92 


Locke's Express, .... 




4 90 


C. W. Eaton, Printing Annual Bulletin, 




36 00 


Printing, 




40 00 


Citizen and Banner, advertising, . 




2 50 


Wakefield Record, advertising, 




1 50 


Crystal Lake Ice Company, Ice. . 




8 00 


Morss & Whyte, AY ire, .... 




4 00 


Geo. H. Teague, Repairs, 




9 25 


John Flanley, Repairs, 




2 75 


S. F. Littlefield cM: Co.. Repairs, . 




9 44 


Total paid, .... 


. $1,359 19 


Balance unexpended, . 




125 75 




$1,484 94 


in account with PUBLIC READING E 


:00M, Cr. 


By C. A. Cheney, for Periodicals, .... 


$157 35 


Balance unexpended, . 


i 


17 65 



$175 00 



90 



TRUST FUNDS. 

Ezra Eaton Burial Lot Find, Si 00. 

This fund was a gift to the town, March 2, 1857, the income 
of which, is used at the discretion of the Board of Selectmen, to 
keep in repair, the burial lot of the Late Ezra Eaton. 

The sum of $3 lias been expended by the Selectmen, the past 
year. 

The Imim Memorial Find, $1000. 

This fund, from Mrs. Harriet X. Flint, is for the benefit of the 
Beebe Town Library, the interest thereon to be expended in the 
purchase of books. 

The sum of $60 as interest one year to Feb. i, 1891, has been 
paid to the Trustees of the Library. 

Dr. F. P. Hurd Librari Fi m>. $2500. 

This fund is for the benefit of the Beebe Town Library and is 

invested in coupon notes of the town of Wakefield, bearing interest 
at the rate of four per centum per annum. 

C. Wakefield Librari Fi nd, $500. 

This fund is also for the benefit of the Library, and is invested 

in the same manner as the Dr. Hurd fund. 

Jonathan Nichols Temperan< i. Fi nd, $1000. 

This fund was a gift to the town, on certain conditions us de- 
scribed in the vote accepting the same. The conditions are such 
that any youug man of Wakefield, who tiles his name with the 
Town Clerk, before he is sixteen years of age, and declares his 
intention not to drink intoxicating liquors and not chew or smoke 
tobacco until he shall become twenty-one years of aire, and shall 
have kept his pledge until that time, shall receive from the income 
of the fund, ten dollars, together with a certificate of commenda- 
tion from the Selectmen. 

The Town Clerk has at the present time, the names of 231 young 
men who have thus pledged themselves, and the Treasurer has, up 
to the present time, paid the fee to If) young men who have arrived 



<n 



at the age of twenty-one years, and certified to the Selectmen 
thai they bave kept their pledge. 

During the present year, a finely engraved Certificate, bearing 
an excellent portrait of the donor of the fund, has been executed, 
Mr. Nichols defraying the expense of the same. 



STATEMENT 01 [NTEREST. 

Balance available at last report, 

Interest on fund and balance, to Feb, 1. 1891, . 

Total, ...... 

Paid March 6, 1890, Patrick B. Redington, $10 oo 
March 27, 1890, Wmfield S. Ripley, 10 00 

May 8, 1890, G. Arthur Packard, 
May 8, 1890, Arthur II. Pope. 
May 17, L890, Samuel P. White, 

Aug. 21, l$90, Wilfred B. Tyler, 
Sept. 23, L890, Richard (;. Baton, 
Oct. 31, L890, Arthur (.. Nichols, 
Jan. l'7, L891, Charles Bridge, 

Balance available. 



11) 


00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


in 


00 



$225 28 
49 01 

$274 92 



$90 00 

$184 29 



C. Swei rsER Burial Lot Kind. $1000, 

The income from this fund is to be used in keeping in repair, 
and beautifying with flowers and shrubbery, the burial lot of the 
parents of the donor. The principal is on deposit with the Wake- 
field Savings Hank. 



STATEMENT OF [NTEREST. 

Balance available at last repo. . 

Interest on above to Feb. 1, 1891, . 

Interest 1 yr. from Savings Hank to Aug. 1, 1890, 

Total, ...... 

Expended as per Auditors' Report, 

Balance available, .... 



$227 38 

9 09 

40 20 

$276 67 
3 00 

$273 67 



92 



C. Sweetseb Lecture Find. 

Invested as follows : 
Town of Attleboro, 4s due 1897, 5 Bonds. SI 000 each, $5000 00 
Town of Brookline, 4s due L893, 5 Notes, $1000 each, r>000 00 



§10,000 00 

Income from above one year. $400, has been paid to Thomas 
J. Skinner, Treasurer of Sweetser Lectures. 

This fund is for the purpose of providing such lectures as will 
tend to improve the public mind. A reasonable fee for admis- 
sion is required, and the net proceeds of the Course are to be 
paid to such charitable organization in said Wakefield, as the 
municipal officers of the town may designate, to be distributed 
amouii, the worthy poor of the town. 

Last year the Treasurer was unable to render a report of the 
fourth course in the Annual Town Report, as the lectures were 
not completed in season to include it. Both the fourth and fifth 
Courses are therefore given in this report. 

Fourth Course, Season 1889-90. 

In charge of Jacob ('. Hartshorne, Curator. 

LECTURES. 

Date. Lecturer. Subject. 

Oct. 23, I8x<.>. Prof. Geo. Frederick Wright, 

"Alaska and its People, "Illustrated. 
Nov. 13, '89, Rev. O. P. Gifford, "The Problem of Life." 
Nov. 27. '89, Hon. Clarence Pnllen, 

"Mexico and the Mexicans." Illustrated. 
Dec. 11, '89, GilmanC. Fisher, 

"Russia of To-day." Illustrated. 
Dec. 19*, '89, Prof. Wm. M. R. French. 

"Wit and Wisdom of the Crayon." 
Jan. 8, 1890, Edward Baxter Perry, 

"Lecture and Piano Recital.*' 
Jan. 22, '90, Rev. W. G. Puddefoot, 

"Lights and Shadows of Frontier Life." 
Feb. 5, '90, Col. J. P. Sanford, "Old Times and New." 

Feb. 19, '90, 'Prof. W. R. Brooks, 

"Wonder of the Heavens." Illustrated. 
Mch. 26, '90, Rev. Chas. J. Ryder, 

"The Highlanders of America. '' 



93 



Financial exhibit, fourth course. 
Thomas J. Skinner, Treas., In acct. with Sweetaer Lectures. 



di;. 



To Cash from income of Fund. 

from Bale of 21)3 Course tickets at 50c, 
195 evening tickets, Wright, a1 I0c.,j 






52 
87 
177 
111 
186 
103 
113 
204 
67 



. . 












Total receipts, 



( rifford, 

Pullen, 

Fisher, 

French, 

Perry, 

• 

Puddefoot, 
Sanford, 
Brooks, 
Ryder, 

< R. 



t 



if* 



/ 



Wy Cash paid Prof. G. Fred'k Wright, 
Rev. o. P. Gifford, 
Hon. Clarence Pullen. 
( rilman C. Fisher. 
Prof. \V. M. R. French, 
Edward Baxter Perry, 
Rev. W. (i. Puddefoot, 
Col. J. P. Sanford, 
Prof. W. R. Brooks, 
Rev. (has. J. Ryder, 
♦J. F. ( rilder, Pianist, 
Mozart Orchestra, . 
C. W. Raton, printing, . 
Fowler eV Wells, printing, 
Geo. E. Dunbar, printing, 
Citizen & Banner, advertising 
Wakefield Record, advertising 
Coon IJros., distributors, 
Allie Bessy, " 

G. II. Hathaway, hack service, 
- Wm. (J. Skinner, " 

C. 13. Bowman, ticket agt., 
1. A. Parsons, doorkeeper, 
Henry C. Hall, services, 
J. C. Hartshorne, sundries, 

" services as Curator, 
Total Expenses, 

Surplus profit, 



i » 



MOO 
146 
19 

f; .*) 

8 

6£l" 
1-1 

"• l.s 

10, 

11 

20 

6 



00 
50 
50 

20 

70 
70 
lo 
60 
30 
30 
40 
70 



$05 

25 
50 

1 l 
50 
50 
25 
50 
ci 
31 
10 
40 
21 
i 

8 
27 

O 

8 

.i 
o 



4 
6 
6 

10 
3 

25 



00 

Oil 

00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
65 
00 

00 

00 

00 
50 
90 
50 

00 

00 
25 

25 

25 

->:> 
oo 

i 
00 



($679 130 



$628 30 



$51 00 



94 

Note. Additional tickets were given season-ticket holders for Mr. 
Kyder's lecture upon application, and a large number availed themselves 
of the opportunity, so that the sale of evening' tickets for that evening 
does not represent the size of the audience. 

Fifth Course, Season of 1890-91. 
In charge of Jacob C. Hartshorne, Curator. 

lectures. 
Date. Lecturer. Subject. 

Oct. 22, 1890, Rev. R. S. Mac-Arthur, D.D., 

"The Huguenots." 
Oct. 29, '90, Col. Wm. S. Greenough, 

"Do the People make the Laws?" 
Nov. 12, '90, Harry W. French, 

"Memories of Paris." Illustrated. 
Nov. 19, '90, Fred'k A. Ober, "Spanish Cities." Illustrated. 
Dec. 10, '90, Rev. Robert Mclntyre, "Wyandotte Cave." 

Dec. 31, '90, N. J. Corey, "Richard Wagner." Illustrated. 
Jan. 14, 1891, S. M. Spedon, "Crayon Talk." 

Jan. 23, '91, Corp. Jas. Tanner, "Soldier Life, Crave and Gay." 
Jan. 28, '91, Robarts Harper, "Trip to Europe." Illustrated. 
Feb. 11, '91, Col. L. F. Copeland, "Snobs and Snobbery." 

FINANCIAL EXHIBIT. FIFTH COURSE. 

Thomas J. Skinner, Treas., In acct. with Swretser Lectures, 

DR. 



from income of 


Fund, . 


• 


$400 00 


from sale of 365 


Course tickets at 


50c. 


182 50 


76 evening 
120 " 


tickets, McArthur, 
" Greenough, 


t( 


7 60 
12 00 


148 " 


it 


French, 


(( 


14 80 


238 " 


it 


Ober, 


it 


23 80 


81 " 

83 " 

123 " 

240 " 


U 

u 


Mclntyre, 
Corey, 
Spedon, 
Tanner, 


a 


8 10 

8 30 

12 30 

24 00 


233 " 
190 " 


u 
u 


Harper, 
Copeland, 


it 


23 30 
19 00 



Total receipts, $735 70 



95 



CK. 

By Cash paid Rev. R. S. MacArthur,D. D., 

Col. W. S. (ireenough,* . 
Harry W. French, . 
Fred'kA. Ofeer, . 
Rev. Robert Mclntyre, -. 

X. J. Corey, . 

S. M. Spedon, 

James Tanner, 

Robarts Harper, 

Col. L. F. Copeland, 

Orchestral Club, 

Coon Bros., distributing, 

Bond, of Boston, printing, 

C. W. Baton, printing, . 

" tk advertising, 

Wakefield Record, advertising, 
(i. II. Hathaway, hack service, 
W. (». Skinner, hack service, 
Solon (Jreeu, ticket agent, 
Israel A. Parsons, ticket agent, 
J. C. Ilartshorne, sundries, 
Total expenses, 
Deficit for the course, 



*7o 
25 
50 
55 

75 

42 

35 

1 1 

60 

50 

70 

<s 

27 

30 

13 

10 

5 

4 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
25 
35 
50 
25 
00 



5 50 
7 50 
2 10 



$700 45 
24 75 



35 70 

Thisjdeficit, $24.75, has been paid to the Treasurer by Mr. J. 
C Hartshorne, and is now due him. 



COMPARISON 

Net proceeds first course, 
M " second " 
44 " third " 

"~ " fourth " 

" " fifth " 

Total, ... 

The above amount is now in the Treasury awaiting the action 
of the Selectmen for its disposal, in accordance with the terms of 
the bequest. The attention of each Board of Selectmen for the 
past four years has been called to this matter, but thus far they 
have taken no action. 



. $26 


73 


3 


25 


. 45 


35 


51 


00 


. Deficit 


. $126 


33 



!M) 



NOTES GIVEN AND PAID DURING THE YEAR. 

NOTES ISSUED. 



Date. 


Amount. 


Rate. 


Time. 


Account: 


To whom sold. 


Mch. 6,'90, 


$2,323 34 


4 


per el . 


4 vs. 7 ins. 


Pleasant Street, 
renewal. 


Wakefield Sav. 
Bank. 





1,337 50 


1 


i . 


5 vs. 7 r.is. 


Highw'y, ren'w'l. 


• . 


Apr. 17. •• 


5,000 00 


1 




UIO^. 


Temporary loan. 


• * 


May 15, ■ 


3,000 <»<» 


4 




4 • 


. . i< 


T. J. Skinner, 
Trustee. 


June 5, ■ 


4,000 00 


4 


■ . 


4 •• 




M 


•■ 12, •• 


5,000 90 


1 




3 •• 


. . 


Wakefield Say. 

Hank. 


Dee. 18, lt 


5,000 00 


5 




9 


. . 


T. Winship, 
Cashier. 


Jan. '_".». '91 


5,000 00 


5 


» * 


g 


• 


. . 


Total, 


$30,660 84 





NOTES PAID. 



When Pd. 


Date of Note. 


Amount. 


Kate. 


Account. 


To wh«m paid. 


1890. 












Sept. 13. 


June r_\''.»o. 


$5,000 


4 per cl . 


Temporary loan. 


Wakefield Sav, 
Bank. 


•• 15. 


Ma\ I.V'.to. 


3,000 


4 • 


. . 


T. J. Skinner, 
Trustee. 


'• 17. 


Apr. 17,*90, 


5,000 


1 •• 




Wakefield Sa\ . 

Hank. 


" L9. 


Jlll.N 7.^1. 


1. 


1 •• 


1 'ark loan. 


Southbridge 

Sav. Hank. 


•• i^»;. 


Dec. 26, 


5,000 


1 •• 


Temporary loan. 


Wakefield Sav. 
Hank. 


. . 




5,000 


1 


. . 


T. J. Skinner. 
Trust 


Oct. l. 


June 1 . '87, 


l.ooo 


4 •■ 


Funded loan. • 


Cambridg'poii 
Sav. Bank. 


• 4. 


June 5/90, 


4,000 


4 •• 


Temporary loan. 


T. .!. Skinner. 
Trustee. 


Nov. 12. 


No\ . 1.'.. - 


1,500 


4 •• 


HamiltonSchool. 


Lynn Instit'n 
tor Savings. 


Dec. 22. 


Dec. 22, '88, 


1,337 50 


4 • 


Highways. 


T. Winship, 

Cashier 


Total. 


$34,837 50 









97 



LOAN ACCOUNT. 



Amount of Loan Feb. 8, 1890 
Since hired by- Treasurer, 

Amount paid since Feb. 8, 1890, 
Outstanding loans, 



$57,837 50 
30,660 84 

$88,498 34 
34,837 50 

$53,660 84 



Distributed as follows : 
Thomas Winship, Cashier, due Sept. 18, 1891, 
Southbridge Savings Bank, due Sept. 20, 1891, 
Thomas Winship, Cashier, due Sept. 29, 1891, 
Cambridgeporl Savings Bank, due Oct. 1, 1891, 
Lynn Institution for Savings, due Nov. 13, 1891, 
Southbridge Savings Bank, due Sept. 20, LS92, 
Wakefield Savings Bank, due Oct. 1, 1892, 
Cambridgeporl Savings Hank, due Oct. 1, 1892, 
Lynn Institution for Savings, due Nov. 13, 1892, 
Southbridge Savings Hank, due Sept. 20, 1893, 
Wakefield Savings Bank, due Oct. 1, 1893, 
Lynn Institution for Savings due Nov. 13, 1893, 
.") Coupon Notes to bearer. $1000 each, due Dec. 1, 
5 Coupon Notes to hearer $1000 each, due Dec. 1, 
Wakefield Savings Bank, due Oct. 6, 1894, 
Wakefield Savings Hank, due Oct. 6, 1895, 

1 Coupon Notes to bearer $1000 each, due Dec, 1, 
t Coupon Notes to bearer $1000 each, due Dec. 1, 
3 Coupon Notes to bearer $1000 each, due Dec. 1, 

2 Coupon Notes to bearer $500 each, due Dec. 1, 



$5,000 00 
1,000 00 
5,000 00 
4,000 00 
1,500 00 
1,000 00 
1,500 00 
4,000 00 
1,500 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,500 00 

1893, 5,000 00 

1894, 5,000 00 
. 2,323 34 
. 1,337 50 

1895, 4,000 00 
1896,4,000 00 
1897, 3,000 00 
1897, 1,000 00 



Total. 



$53,660 84 



98 



TOWN DEBT. 

Amount of Notes Outstanding. . . $53,660. 84 

Accrued interest to Feb. 1, 1891, . . 283 58 
Balance of interest due J. Nichols Temp. 

Fund, 184 29 

Balance of interest dueC. Sweetser Burial 

Lot Fund 273 67 

Balance of profits C. Sweetser Lectures, 

.") vis., subject to order of Selectmen. 126 33 
Amount due Fuller & Warren Co., acct. 

of contract for heating and ventilation 

of school-house, . . . . 2,273 50 

Unexpended balance Beebe Town Library, 125 75 

Outstanding Town Orders, on Treasurer, 360 86 

Total Debt, $57,288 82 

LE8S AVAILABLE ASSETS. 

Cash balance in Treasury. . . . 82,288 20 

Due from State for State Aid, L890, . 1.720 50 

" " " " Military Aid. L890, . 572 00 

" State and Military Aid 

for January, 1891, .... 2<>7 50 

Uncollected taxes of 1890, warrant. . 13,851 7<s 

" " " 1881), " . . 5,646 59 

Total $24,236 57 



Net debt. . . - . . 33,052 25 

COMPARISON. 

Net debt as reported Feb. 8, 1890, . .$36,927 63 

above, . . . 33,052 25 

Decrease in net debt, . . $3,875 

Total liabilities as reported Feb. 8, 1890,$59,624 75 
" " " above, . 57,288 82 
Decrease in total debt, . . 82,335 93 

Loans outstanding as reported Feb. 8, 1890, 857.837 50 
" " " " above, . . 53.660 84 

Decrease in Loans, . . 84,176 66 



99 



STATE AID. 

The Treasurer lias paid the following individuals State Aid by 
direction of the Selectmen. This amount is annually reimbursed 
by the Stat 



W. W. Hcssi-y. $48 00 

Mary B. Burditt, 16 00 

Margaret E. Bladdeh, l- 00 

Mary V. Brown, 86 00 

Augusta .M. Chandler, 48 00 

Thomas w. Coombs, 36 (><> 

Peter Connell, 24 00 

Lizzie s. Cutter, 1 1 00 

Adah E. Cowdrey, 40 00 

john Davis, 36 00 

Annette Davis, 36 00 

James Dupar. 18 00 

Rodney Edmunds, 72 Oo 

Win. o. Evans, 12 00 

Mary Fay, 12 00 

Juliett Faunce, 20 00 

O. N. Gammons, 24 00 

Polly A. Gammons, 4 00 

Caroline ( roodwin, 24 <>«> 

Micah Heath, 36 00 

Sarah Heath. 36 00 

Harriet E. Hewes, 48 00 

Walter Holden, 72 00 

Justin Howard, 24 00 



.Mary A. Hall, 
N. C. Hunter, 
Geo. H. Jackson. 
.Matilda L. Kidder, 
Lucinda Locke, 
Margaret Madden, 
James Miller, 
Elizabeth Moses, 
Mary Newhall, 

James Oliver. 
Johanna Orpin. 
Dennis O'Connell, 
Win. I). Parker, 
Flora W. Parker, 
Emily O. Stoddard. 
John P. Swain, 
W. M. Ward, 
Lydia B. Ward. 
James AVeary, 
Maria Welch, 
Geo. II. Wiley, 
Julia A. Wiley, 

Total, 



$44 


00 


24 


00 


60 


00 


36 


00 


48 


00 


48 


00 


24 


00 


48 


00 


4 


00 


54 


00 


48 


00 


40 


00 


48 


00 


48 


00 


20 


00 


12 


00 


72 


00 


48 


00 


60 


00 


48 


00 


48 


00 


48 


00 



,744 00 



100 



i, i 









RECEIPTS FROM LICENSES. 

Geo. H. Hathaway, Hack License, 1889, 

Geo. E. Ricker, for Circus License, 1889, 

Selectmen, for Travelling Exhibition, 

C. F. Hartshorne, Auctioneer, 

John Day, Auctioneer, 

J. D. Mansfield, 6th class liquor 

J. Clarence Oxley, 

S. E. Ryder, 

S. E. Gordon, Victualler, . 

Chas. F. Jackson, Innhohh-r, 

Mrs. Cassie Smith, 

H. E. Nutting, Fireworks, . 

Arthur Linnell, 

Chas. S. Bawkes, 

Aaron Butler, 

Chas. A. Cheney, 

Lucas cV Lee, 

Cutler Bros., •• (two), 

Chas. Lee Circus Company, 



INTEREST AC 
Appropriation authorized. 

Paid Coupon interest, 

Cambridgeport Savings Bank. 
Wakefield Savings Bank, .- 
Lynn Institution for Savings, 
Thomas Winship, Cashier, 
Sonthbridge Savings Bank, 
Thomas J. Skinner, Trustee, 
Flint Memorial Fund, 
J. Nichols' Temperance Fund, 
C. Sweetser Burial Lot Fund, 










$2 00 






5 00 






2 00 






2 00 






2 00 




t 


1 00 






1 00 






1 00 






2 00 






2 00 






2 00 






1 00 






1 00 






1 00 






1 00 






1 00 






1 00 






2 00 






2 00 


■ 


$82 00 


■ 

• • 


53,000 00 


$880 00 




454 67 




289 33 




232 00 




399 33 




148 89 




115 67 




60 00 




49 01 




9 


09 





Total, $2,637 99 

Less accrued int. on Notes sold, 2 67 



Balance unexpended, 



$2,635 32 
$364 68 



101 



LIST <U TAX DEEDS HELD BY TREASURER FOR NON-PAY- 
PA VM EXT OF TAXES. 



No. 


To whom Taxed. 


Tax of 


Date of Deed. 


Am't. 


100 


Owners unknown. Land on Oak St. 


1883. 


July 6, 1885. 


$7 78 


llll 


Anrelins L. Brown, 


188&. 


" 13, 1887. 


8 95 


in.; 


Henry s. Adams, 


1886. 


" 23, 1888. 


41 55 


m: 


M . s. Sonthworth, 


L886. 


" 23, 1888. 


21 40 


L08 


Henry s. Adam-.. 


L887. 


" 13, 1889. 


43 90 


lo:i 


Barab W. Steven 


L887. 


" 13, 1889. 


37 33 


110 


M. s. Sonthworth, 


L887. 


" 13, 1889. 


22 53 


111 


\i . s. Sonthworth, 


L888. 


Aug. 11, 1890. 


23 16 


111' 


Charles Toppan, 


L8€ 


Ang. 11, 1890. 


G9 36 


1!:: 


John D. Toting, 


L888. 


Ang. 11, 1890. 


6 27 


11 I 


[saac E\ .-in- 
Total. 


L888 


An-. 11,1890. 


6 27 




.$288 50 



The Treasurer would recommend jthal the town raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of S;;o00 for interest upon the Town Debt. 

Should the town vote to build a new School Building upon 
Academy Hill, as proposed, an additional sum for this purpose 
would in- necessary. 

I: will be necessary also to provide for the payment of twenty- 
live hundred dollars of the principal of the town debt, for the 

ue reason as stated in my last report, viz : the rescinding of cer- 
tain votes relative to the raising of money for the payments of 
loans made for the Hamilton School Building ($1500) and Park 
purposes (81000) and I would recommend that the sum of $2500 
be raised and appropriated for the payment of the Town Debt. 

Respectfully submitted 

THOMAS J. SKINNER, 

Treasurer. 
Wakefield, Mass., Feb. 14th. 1891 



102 



COLLECTOR'S STATEMENT. 



Balance uncollected, Jan. 
Re-assessed by Assessors, 
Received as interest, 

Paid Town Treasurer, 
Abated by Assessors. 



Tax 


of 1888. 








i. 31 


, 1890, 


$5 


,670 


80 


>•> • 


• 




3 


20 




• 




489 


15 




$5 


,815 


59 




• • 




347 


56 


Tax 


of 1889. 









Balance uncollected, Jan. 31, 1890, 812,866 55 
Re-assessed by Assessors, . . . 48 00 

Received as interest, . . . 191 31 



Paid Town Treasurer, 

Abated by Assessors, 



. $7,126 02 
333 25 



,163 15 



6,163 15 
i - 



Balance uncollected, 



813,105 86 



7,459 27 
$5,646 59 



Tax of 1890. 

Total amount assessed, . . . 878,568 00 

Received as interest, . . . . 6 26 



Paid Town Treasurer, 
Discount allowed, 
Abated by Assessors, 



Balance uncollected, 



$61,676 93 

2,384 79 

660 76 



$78,574 26 



64,722 48 
$13,851 78 



CHAS. F. WOODWARD, Collector. 



Jan. 31, 1891. 



io: 



o 



REPORT OF THE SELECTMEN, 



theC " ield: 

\\ the close of the present municipal year, the common duty 
presents itself, of submitting for your inspection a general re- 
sume of the business transacted, and the work accomplished, and 
to offer such suggestions and recommendations as the experience 
of the pasl and our knowledge of existing affairs may be deemed 
to be for the interest of all. The year has been a prosperous 
one for Wakefield. The Large increase of taxable property in 
various sections of the town, the guarantee of early spring 
developements of which initial action has already taken place, the 
changes and developements of business^ mark the year as one of 
reasonable and satisfactory progress. Undertakings which a 
year ago seemed clouded with somewhat of uncertainty, have been 
accomplished with certainty of benefil to the town. That part of 
Wakefield known as Boyntonville has made commendable progress 
and lias added to the material prosperity of the town in the 
erection of a number of substantial dwelling houses, and by the 
laying out and extending new streets. Greenwood Park, which 
was looked upon with a degree of distrust by some, has grown in- 
to prominence, and has added largely to the wealth and beauty of 
the town. In the West part of the town, the skill of the artist, 
the hand of the artisan and the sagacity of man has seized upon 
the superior natural advantages of that section, and without doubt 
the coming season will witness the beginning of what promises to 
be the most attractive locality within many miles of Boston, 
which the larger Boston may covet. Noticeable improvements ap- 
pear on every side, and the town should be quick to welcome the 
advance, and heartily encourage the capital invested and energy 
exhibited by a liberal, well directed and comprehensive plan of 
co-operation in public measures calculated to promote, foster and 
advance the common weal. 



104 



DRAINAGE OF LAKE STREET DISTRICT. 

B} T a vote of the town the matter of the drainage of the Lake 
street district so called, was referred to the Selectmen. A long 
delay occurred, caused by an inability to make satisfactory ar- 
rangements with the Boston and Maine Railroad concerning their 
part in the roadbed excavations and the course to follow. This de- 
lay carried the work along to late in the season, and the results 
obtained, although satisfactory in the main, hindered the com- 
pletion of the work, and practically Leaves it for the coming sum- 
mer to make the conditions favorable to its further continuance. 
In connection and intimately associated with this matter is the 
petition of citizens in the Lake street district for the rebuilding of 
the bridge on Lake street, which is a pari of the relief sought from 
the flooding of land in that locality, and in order that we may 
reap the full benefit of what has already been accomplished, we 
recommend that a reasonable appropriation be made to complete 

the work already undertaken. 

Various article- referred to the Selectmen by vote of the town 

relative to the location of street lights have received attention. 

and such lights established as directed by the town. 

■ 

Hydrants have been located, and contracts made with the Wake- 
field Water Company as the town have by vote ordered. 

The suits of Rebecca ('. Arrington and Frank McGlory against 
the town have not as yet been brought to trial. 

The suit of Hattie I). M. Clark againsl the town has been 
settled by the payment of the award and costs of suit, as ordered 
by vote of the town. 

Mr. II. Irving Eaton has presented to the Hoard a claim for 
injuries sustained on the highway, for which nominal damages are 
claimed, and which will be the subject of an article in the town 
warrant for the consideration of the town. 

In view of the fact that no action has ever been taken to estab- 
lish a uniform certificate of commendation as provided for in the 
Jonathan Nichols temperance and tobacco pledge, this Board, 
deeming the matter one of importance, prepared a certificate and 
submitted the same to Mr. Nichols, who heartily approved the 
plan of having a plate engraving executed, and voluntarily offered 
to bear the expense made necessary by its adoption. The certificate 



105 



has been carefully executed under the competent direction of Col. 
W. S. Greenough, and is now issued to persons entitled thereto. 

The matter referred to the Selectmen relative to furnishing 
additional accommodations for prisoners has received attention 
and two new cella have been constructed, and a separate apart- 
ment for night Lodgers built in the lockup. In this connection we 
recommend thai an additional room or cell be constructed for the 
use of female prisoners. It is commonly asserted, and we believe 
with reason, thai insanity obtains to a greater degree than at any 
time heretofore. Certain it is that in the past, women suffering 
with acute mania have been held for safe keeping until the neces- 

iv papers could be had for their commitment. It is probably 
certain thai women will in the future from that cause or some 
other l»e required to occupy safe quarters. Whether of mania or 
criminal offence, no woman should be required to submit to con- 
finement in the Bame quarters with men, especially if such con- 
finement compels an indecent and disgusting association. We call 
attention to the report of the Chief of Police. 

Various matters referred to this Hoard have been made the sub- 
ject of reports to the town in town meeting. 

During the year the perambulation of the town line between 
Wakefield and Lynnfield has been made, as has also the new line 
between Wakefield and Stoneham, and the necessary bounds on 
the Last-named Line established. 

For a detailed account Of the doings of the several departments, 
and the expenditures made, we refer the town to the several re- 
ports herewith submitted, and the financial exhibit therein made 
by the treasurer. 

KAILPOAD PROTECTION. 

I'pon the petition of citizens, the Board made request of the 
Boston and Maine Railroad Company to establish and maintain 
flagmen at the Bennett street and Richardson street crossings for 
the better protection of the travelling public, which request was 
complied with under the statute, and these two thoroughfares are 
now properly protected. 

INSUFFICIENCY OF APPROPRIATION. 

It is impossible always to foresee the needs which may arise, or 
the action which may be required to meet the demands of future 



106 



events, but when such issue presents itself, provision must be 
made for its adjustment and settlement. Expenditures unlooked 
for, but legitimate and necessary, have been made in several 
instances, and which will be more fully explained by the Auditors' 
itemized account herewith submitted, and which were not provided 
for by appropriation, causing a demand in excess of the ordinary 
sum appropriated. 

INSIKANCK. 

The insurance on the Town Hall expires this year as follows : 
$37,500, March 13, 1801 ; $2,500, March 20, L891 ; and $5,00.0, 
Dec. 1, 1891 ; being a total of $45,000. Other insurance expires as 
follows: North School House $1000, May 9, 1891 ; Academy 
Building, $1500, May L0, L891 ; South Building, Academy Hill, 
82000. May 10, 1891 ; West School House, $1000, May in. 1891. 
Total $6,500. Public Library $2000, May 1, L891 ; Almshouse 
and Barn, S3000, July 24, L891. On the twelfth day of April, 
1886; a committee appointed for that purpose recommended 

"that the Selectmen be instructed to insure as follows, when the 
existing policies expire:" Town Hall, $40,000; school build- 
ings and Almshouse the same as herein stated. Thai report was 
accepted and adopted, and the town will he called upon to take 
action as they may deem necessary in renewing such policies and 
making appropriations therefor. 

ELECTRIC LIGHTS. 

For a number of years the people of the town, in general terms, 
have desired the introduction of electricity for the purpose of 
lighting, both for commercial and public uses. It has several 
times been made the subject of town action. Committees have 
been appointed, and the report inexpedient, or delay for improve- 
ments, operated to hold in abeyance for a time, a matter which 
apparently held the attention of the people. So long as the de- 
sire was general, and no one appeared to actively strive for in- 
dividual or special rights of control or direction, just so long dis- 
passionate and conservative discussion prevailed ; a feeling also 
very strongly prevailed in the later stages, that with the great and 
rapid improvements made in that line, hasty, or even carefully 
considered action, would not operate to the advantage of the town. 



107 



Finally, as will be seen by the report of the Selectmen for 1889 
and L890, the matter assumed definite shape by the application of 
era! companies to the Selectmen for authority to engage in such 
lighting) and to erect poles and string wires for that purpose. 
Hearings were granted the various companies by the State Board 
of I Commissioners and the Selectmen, but no definite action 
was taken until Jan. 30, L890, when a conditional right was 
granted the People's Company to engage in such business, and final 
action thereon deferred for one week ; at the next meeting of the 
Board one of the members \v:is absent sick, and it was considered 
unwise to take action upon so important a matter by the remain- 
ing members in his absence, and before final action could be had 
by the full Board, an injunction, restraining the Board from 
further action thereon, was served on each member. Upon the 
refusal of the Selectmen to grant the right to the Citizens' Gas 
Company to do electric light business, that company appealed to 
the State Hoard of Gas Commissioners, which left no opportunity 
for further action by the Selectmen. In the meantime no de- 
termination in definite form could be reached with either of the 
electric light companies to assume the responsibility of contest- 
ing the rights of parties in Court, and the Selectmen declined to 
Mime the responsibility of contesting for such rights for a 
private corporation at the expense of the public. On the decision 
of the Board of Gas Commissioners being made public, granting 
the right to the Citizens' Gas Company to engage in such business, 
the Selectmen deemed it best to acquiesce in such decision. The 
matter has now been placed in the hands of a competent and pains- 
taking committee, authorized to investigate and report to the 
town their conclusions. 

POLICE. 

Consequent upon the action of the Board of Selectmen tw r o years 
ago, the present system of police supervision was established and 
the wisdom of such action has been fully demonstrated by in- 
creased efficiency and a more general attention to the needs and 
demands of the public in matters pertaining to police work. The 
enforcement of the laws relating to the sale of intoxicating liquor 
has resulted in closing up all known places of such traffic, while 
the many calls for police duty have been intelligently and 



108 



efficiently performed. The Court business is but a small fraction 
of police duty ; careful investigation and action where the rights 
of the community are concerned, make or unmake the character 
of police efficiency ; the'se duties are numerous and oftentimes ex- 
acting, and the present system meets the just and reasonable ex- 
pectations of the Selectmen, and, we believe, the cordial approval 
of all law-abiding citizens ; the amount appropriated last year for 
this service is insufficient for the payment of the officer and the 
ordinary expenses incident to the office, and we recommend a 
liberal and reasonable increase. 

HENRY H. SAVAGE, 
WILLIAM N. TYLER, 
J. WALLACE GRACE, 

Select men of Wakefield. 



109 



OVERSEERS' REPORT. 



An extended review of the work of the past year, covering the 
giving of town aid to the poor and the management of the 
Town Farm is not needed, as the figures which have been care- 
fully made up and furnished the Auditors will answer all in- 
quiries in general and in detail. But there are some matters 
which deserve especial mention. The town voted an increased 
appropriation of $500 for the use of this Board the past year. 
Bills of the previous year for more than this amount have been 
paid, and practically all bills up to the close of this year are paid, 
while we have kept within the limits of our appropriation. We 
have been a Me to close up the accounts of the year in this satis- 
factory manner, largely by reason of the vote of the town to pur- 
chase at wholesale prices and deliver from the Almshouse all 
goods for the relief of the outside poor. While this has thrown 
an increased burden of work upon this Board and especially upon 
the Superintendent at the Almshouse, it has been attended by 
the best results, and we heartily recommend the continuance of 
the system. 

It has given the recipients an increased amount of aid for the 
money expended, and has given it to them in staple articles (not 
luxuries) of living, which has been no less a benefit to them, and 
in both respects is a boon to the taxpayers. These facts, coupled 
with our recommendations of an appropriation of $5,000 for the 
coming year, sufficiently sum up this matter. 

In accordance with our report of its absolute necessity last year, 
the town voted to appropriate $500 for the painting and shingling 
of the Almshouse buildings. This money has, we believe, been well 
expended, we having bought the materials for painting, and con- 
tracting for all the work with the lowest bidders. The buildings 



110 



are now in thorough repair inside and out, and will need no 
further expenditure for a term of years. The chimneys were 
repaired, a new hard pine floor laid in the kitchen and hot- water 
tank and connections put in for the kitchens and bath room. 

As will be seen by the inventory the weather conditions for the 
first time in some years have allowed the getting out of a quantit} 7 
of meadow muck, which will reduce considerably the item of 
expense for purchasing manure the coming 'year. The usual 
amount of meadow land along jSaugus River has been reclaimed, 
thus adding to the town farm an increased acreage of good mow- 
ing land. The condition of the farm steadily improves under the 
present management, and, we think, must be viewed by the citizens 
of the town with as much satisfaction as it is by ourselves. We 
have engaged Mr. Donald as Superintendent for the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted. 

SILAS W. FLINT, 
HIRAM EATON, 
THOMAS KERNAN, 

Overseers of the Poor. 
Wakefield, Feb. 19, L891. 



Ill 



AUDITORS' REPORT. 



APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1890-91. 

Payment of Town Debt, 
Interest on 

Support of School-. 
School Contingent Fund, 

•• Text-books and Supplies, . 
Poor Department, 
Fire " ... 

Forest Fire Ward Bill>. 
Town House Expenses, 
Street Lights, .... 
New Street Lights, 
Salaries of Town Officers, 
Police Department, 
Night Watch, .... 
Miscellaneous ($1,500 and $500 voted Aug. 4 and 

Jan. 6), 
Concrete Sidewalks (new work), . 

tk " (repairs), 

Highways and Bridges, 
Rental of Hvdrants, 
Memorial Day, .... 
Beebe Town Library (dog tax 1889, 8764.75), 
Public Reading Room, 
Common and Park Commissioners, 
Fish Committee (the receipts), 
Almshouse Repairs, ... 
New Hose for Fire Department, . 
Overcoats for Firemen ($125 voted Jan. 6), 
Shore Protection (Quannapowitt) , 
Printing Valuation List, 



$3,837 


50 


3,000 


00 


17,800 


00 


1,800 


00 


1,200 


00 


5,500 


00 


2,300 


00 


200 


00 


1,600 


00 


2,100 


00 


40 


00 


2,725 


00 


1,000 


00 


1,800 


00 


5,000 


00 


500 


00 


500 


00 


8,000 


00 


4,040 


00 


200 


00 


400 


00 


175 


00 


750 


00 


81 


00 


500 


00 


300 


00 


250 


00 


100 


00 


400 


00 



112 



Fitting up Historical Society Room, 

Clerk of School Committee, .... 

Bridge, Water Street, ...... 

Vernon Street Repairs, ..... 

Broadway, Repairs, ...... 

Main Street Improvements, .... 

Heating and Ventilating High School-house (voted 
Aug. 4), . 

Heating and Ventilating Franklin Street School- 
house (voted Aug. 4), . 

Clark Case Judgment (voted Nov. 4), . 

Total, 
,947 voted since Annual Meeting, 



$25 00 

100 00 

300 00 

700 00 

1,000 00 

1,500 00 

4,547 00 

875 00 

1,400 00 

$76,545 50 



SUPPORT OF SCHOOLS. 

March 3d, Appropriation authorized, . 

State School Fund $70.04, Tuition Fees $65.00, 

Expended as follows : 

teachers' salaries. 
Pay rolls one year to February 1, 

janitors' services. 

(ieo. E. Gamage, Centre, to Feb. 1, 

Noah M. Eaton, West and Hamilton, to Jan 

Wm. H. Wiley, High School, to Jan. 1, 

Mrs. Lucy A. Hill, Franklin, " 

B. F. Shedd, North, to Feb. 1, . 

I. F. Sheldon, South, to July 1, . 

Frank Murphy, Little World, to Nov. 1, 



FUEL ACCOUNT. 

Wakefield Coal Co., 191 tons 455 lbs. a 5.35, . 

" " " 4 ft. pine and oak, 

A. L. Mansfield, 2 cords of oak wood, 
" 6 " " pine wood, 



$17,800 00 
135 04 

$17,935 04 



6,296 75 



. . 





$225 00 


. 1, , 


209 00 




206 25 




90 00 




40 00 




40 00 




28 00 




$838 25 


>1 • 


. $1,023 07 


• 


3 25 


• 


12 00 


• 


27 00 



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Moses G. Hobson, sawing and splitting wood, 
Noah M. Eaton, " " wood, 

Isaac F. Sheldon, " " 2 1-2 cords, 



Geo. E. Gamage, ' 



u 



wood, 



MILITARY EXPENSES. 



Sylvester Burditt, opening armory 60 times, 
Philip J. Flanders, Drill Master, to June 13, 



RECAPITULATION. 



Teachers' Salaries, 
Janitors' Services, 
Fuel Account, 
Military Expenses, 



Total, 

Balance overdrawn, 



$6 75 
6 13 
5 75 
3 50 



SCHOOL CONTINGENT FUND. 

March 3d, Appropriation authorized, 
Bill of I. H. Howe, paid twice, 
Refunded by A. H. Thayer, 

Expended as follows : 
Geo. T. McLauthlin & Co., fire escape, High School, 
J. M. Fairbanks, painting fire escape, High School, 
J. M. Fairbanks, painting South Ward School House, 
T. P. Perkins, C. E., plans and estimates for ventilation, 
Roger Howard, carpenter work and repairs, 
E. I. Purrington, carpenter work and repairs, 
Geo. H. Teague, carpenter work and repairs, 
Geo. H. Teague, truant officer, team June 5, 1889, 
Geo. H. Teague, carpenter, graduation work, 
Bowser & Co., 4 pieces ribbon, graduation, 
Rufus F. Draper, extra work, graduation, 
Am. Bank Note Co., 21 diplomas graduation . 
8 



$1,087 


45 


$45 


00 


69 


00 


$114 


00 


.$16,296 


75 


838 


25 


. 1,087 


45 


114 


00 


.$18,336 


45 


401 


41 


$17,935 


04 


. $1,800 


00 


1 


80 


1 


00 



$1,802 80 

$225 00 

5 99 

85 10 

200 00 

265 65 



1 
5 
1 
5 
5 



00 
00 
50 
75 

00 



8 00 
10 50 



114 



Sam. Ward Co., filling out diplomas, graduation, 
Hattie A. Shepard, copying examination papers, 
A. W. Brownell, printer, 1000 graduation tickets, 

1000 vaccination certfi'cts. 



k . 



C. W. Eaton, 



. . 



w . 



. . 



(t 



. . 



It 



. . 



Li 



a 



. . 



1300 graduation programs 
200 order of examination. 
2000 envel. and report cards 

60 manuals, 
advtg. fuel proposals, . 
Fred W. Young, advtg. fuel proposals, 
Geo. E. Dunbar, printing 200 postals, 

C. B. Bowman, P. M., 500 request envelopes, . 
R. H. Mitchell, carpenter, repairs, "Franklin," . 
Hugh Morgan, plastering, South Ward, 
Chas. A. Evans, plastering, Centre, 
McGillicuddy Bros., whitewashing cellar, . 
Sidney Merchant, setting glass, 
Isaac F. Sheldon, setting glass, repairs, . 
Geo. E. Gamage, setting glass, repairs, 

B. F. Shedd, setting glass, .... 
O. N. Gammons, lock and hinges, and repairs, 
Wm. H. Wiley, cleaning High School Building, 

hardware and repairs, 
wheelbarrow, 

D. P. Rolfe, kalsomining and painting North Ward, 
Geo. H. Taylor, new pump, West Ward, . 

" gas piping and plumbing, . 

S. F. Littlefield & Co., hardware, plumbing, repairs 
Lucas & Lee, repairing clock, 
John Flanley, repairing chairs and new cushions, 

" 7 curtains, .... 

Wakefield Rattan Co., 10 braid mats, 
Citizens' Gas Light Co., 4300 ft. gas at S2.25, 

" " 8,500 ft. gas at $2.50,* 

Wakefield Water Co., rates 1 yr. to June 1, 
W. E. Rogers, telegrams to teachers, 

C. T. C. Whitcomb, expenses getting teacher, . 



tt 



it 



$10 


50 


3 


30 


2 


50 


3 


00 


10 


00 


3 


25 


h 11 


50 


6 


50 


3 


13 


2 


50 


2 


75 


5 


90 


!) 


2b 


2 


00 


18 


76 


70 


00 


28 


75 


."> 


35 


19 


60 




75 




50 


24 


80 


2 


25 


•- 

o 


00 


60 


00 


12 


84 





65 


, 105 


64 


1 


00 


3 


30 


10 


50 


39 


48 


9 


69 


21 


25 


120 


00 


1 


23 


2 


27 



♦Overcharge, $2.98. 



115 



I T. C. Whitconib, 2 silk curtains for book case, 

" " chemicals, 

Ira Atkinson, 100 lbs. Bradley's fertilizer, 
Miss I. H. Howe, chemicals and materials, 
Thos. Hall, " « 

Whitall, Tatinn & Co., " " 

Hektograpb Mfg. Co., repairing, 
(ieo. Nott, care of cabinet during repairs, 
S. M. (iates, grading South Ward yard, 
I). W. Hunt, moving piano and stoves, 
Wm. G. Strong, removing ashes, High and Hamilton, 
Cutler Bros., 17 inch lawn mower, 
Fred S. Ilartshorne, taking school census, 
Robert Burlen, rebinding 255 books, 
.las. F. Emerson, electric signal clock, 
( ir<>. M. Stevens, electric fittings for clock, 

Total 

Balance unexpended, . 



$6 00 

80 

1 80 

1 80 
11 23 
24 00 

2 00 

2 00 

3 00 

4 00 
10 00 
14 00 
30 00 
51 00 

135 00 
39 83 



,799 64 
3 16 

$1,802 80 



SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 



March 3d. Appropriation authorized, 

Expended as follows : 
American Book Company, text books, 
Ginn & Co., text books, 
Wm. Ware & Co., text books, 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., text books, 
O. Ditson & Co., 50 school music readers, 
Carl Schoenhof, foreign text books, 
Thompson, Brown & Co., text books, 
E. Maynard & Co., text books, 

C. H. Kilburn, text books, 
Allyn & Bacon, text books, 

Balch Bros., Leaders and Battles Civil War, 
Interstate Publishing Company, 25 primers, 
Ivison, Blakeman & Co., text books, 

D. C. Heath & Co., text books, 



$1,200 00 





136 01 




128 25 




78 52 




19 00 




18 00 




13 77 




13 34 




12 50 




10 56 




6 03 




6 00 




5 21 




4 95 




4 81 



116 



Lee & Shepard, text books, .... 

Silver, Burdett & Co., text books, . 

Harper & Bros., text books, .... 

D. Appleton & Co., text books, 
Boston School Supply Co., text books and supplies 
Greenough, Hopkins & dishing, stationery, 
J. L. Hammett, 975 blank books, 

" slates, pegboards, bricks, boxes, etc., 
Geo. S. Perry, 5 galls, ink, pencil sharpener. . 

" 15 reams letter paper, 

Whitall, Tatum & Co., chemicals, glass ware, etc., 
Cutler Bros. & Co., chemicals, 
J. D. Mansfield, chemicals, .... 
Cutler Bros., 2 doz. candles. .... 
J. W. Locke, expressage on books and supplies. 
W. W. Bessey, delivering books, 1 month, 

E. A. Upton, delivering books, 1 year to March 1 . 

Balance overdrawn, 

$1,200 00 

BEATING AND VENTILATINC HIGH SCHOOL-HOU8E. 

Aug. 4. Appropriation authorized, . . . 81,547 00 

Paid Fuller & Warren Heating and Ventilating 

Company, ........ 2,273 50 



$2 


50 


2 


48 


1 


48 


1 


25 


365 


38 


209 


75 


19 


50 


25 


31 


8 


00 


10 


50 


23 


74 


12 


73 




('5 




35 


14 


80 


10 


00 


100 


00 


$1,271 


37 


71 


37 



Balance due on contract, . . $2,273 50 

No portion of the appropriation of $875 for heating and ven- 
tilating the Franklin street school-house, has been expended. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

March 3. Appropriation authorized, 
Refunded by Citizens' Gas Light Company, 

« S. F. Littlefield & Co., 

" error in town order, 



u 



1 1 



Expended as follows 



. *2,300 


00 


15 


30 


• 


75 


• 


10 


$2,316 


15 



117 



STEAMEB LUCIUS BEEBE. 

Win. B. Daniel, 1st Engineer, 1 year to Feb. 1, '91, 
E. I. Purrington, Asst. Eng., 1 year to Feb. 1, '91, 
David Graham, Steward, 1 year to Feb. 1, '91, 
Members as per pay roll, 1 year to Feb. 1, '91, 
Geo. II. Hathaway, use of horses, . . . . 

" " mending harness, 

Boston Woven Hose Company, collars and harness, 

" " •• repairing suction hose, 

II. Wellington & Co., 2 tons cannel coal. 
Denis '~ivany, 4 tons coal, .... 
Wakefield Coal Company. 3 tons eoal, 

" " 2 feet pine, sawed, . 

Wakefield Water Company, rates to June 1, '91, 
Cutler Bros., supplies, ..... 
Citizens' Gas Light Co.. 1,000 ft. gas. May and June 
\Y. B. Daniel, (lacking, wieking and postage, . 
Silshy Manufacturing Co., nickel plated bolt, . 



$125 00 

91 66 

75 00 

250 00 

70 00 

75 

50 00 

13 82 

32 00 

25 00 

21 00 

2 00 

10 00 

(> 53 

2 25 

1 50 

83 

$777 34 



WASHINGTON HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. 

Members as per pay roll to Feb. 1; 1891, 

S. J. Putney, rent 1 year to Jan. 1, '91, . 

H. C. Peck. Steward, 1 month, 

K. J. Gihon, Steward, 1 year to Feb. 1, . 

S. M. Spencer. 15 badges for members, . 

Geo. H. Hathaway, use of horses, . 

♦Citizens' Gas Light Co., 3100 ft. gas at $2.15, Nov 

1, 1889 to Oct 1, 1890, 
A. S. Jackson, side ropes, .... 
Iiarstow's Express, side ropes expressing, 
A. S. Atherton, 5 gallons oil, 
S. F. Little held & Co., oil can, 

" sifter (refunded), 



s;)75 


00 


120 


00 


2 


00 


21 


00 


15 


00 


14 


00 


7 


17 


t; 


00 




30 




65 




90 




75 



$562 77 



* Overcharge 50 cts. 



118 



efunded), 



J. H. CARTER HOSE CO. 

Members as per pay roll to Feb. 1, 1891, 
W. H. Godfrey, rent 7 mos. to July 1, 
L. D. Darling, rent 6 mos. to Jan. 1, 
Denis Shine, Steward 1 year to Feb 1, 

u supplies, 

David Graham, cleaning hose, 
Denis Greany, 1-2 cord pine, sawed. . 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., supplies, 
Geo. H. Taylor, supplies, 
Geo. H. Taylor, blacking stove, (10 cts i 
Kelly Bros., 3 gallons oil, 
A. S. Atherton, matches, 
D. W. Hunt, teaming, 
Jos. C. Payro, painting carriage, 
John Flanley, curtains, arm chairs, etc. 

CHEMICAL ENGINE CO. 

Members as per pay roll to Feb. 1, 1891, 

Chas. Drury, Steward, 1 year to Jan. 1. 1891, 

Abram Gould, rent of land 1 year to Oct. 1, 1890, 

Denis Greany, 1-2 cord pine, sawed, 

M. S. Ayer & Co., 112 lbs. soda at 4 1-4, 

C. W. Badger, 168 lbs. vitriol at 11-2, 

J. R. Reid, soda and oil, .... 

J. W. Locke, expressing. .... 



FIRE ALARM Bl PPLIES, ETC 

H. W. Dalrymple, Supt., 1 y. to May 1, '91, 

Geo. M. Stevens, 938 lbs. vitriol, 

" " battery zincs and coppers, 

u " supplies and labor, 

" " use of gong, Greenwood, 

Maiden Electric Co., 1 pole, . 

Owen Corcoran, setting up galvanometer, . 

Cutler Bros., paint and brushes, 



$246 


00 


58 


25 


50 


00 


15 


25 




90 


3 


00 


3 


25 


5 


72 




65 


1 


60 




45 




15 


1 


00 


2 


50 


7 


90 


$396 


6'2 


$250 


00 


13 


50 


12 


00 


3 


25 


4 


76 


2 


52 


1 


63 


1 


00 



50 


00 


57 


93 


37 


50 


40 


75 


10 


00 


2 


50 


1 


00 


1 


65 



$288 G() 



$201 33 



119 



Roger Howard, covering reservoir, . 
" one reservoir cover, . 

Barstow's Express, bill to June 9, '90, 
Geo. H. Hathaway, storing hose carriage, 
Geo. E. Dunbar, 250 blue and gold certificates. 
Cutler Bros., supplies, . 
David Graham, cleaning hose at Greenwood, 
Wm. Batchelder, watching fire, July 4, 
J. & S. Winship, one wrench, 
G.i K.Walton, use of team at wood fire, . 



RECAPITULATION. 

Steamer Lucius Beebe, . 
Washington Hook & Ladder Company, 
J. H. Carter Hose Company, . 
Chemical Engine Company. 
Fire Alarm Supplies, etc., 



*Citizen Gas Light Company, 11,400 ft. gas at $2.25 
from Eeb. 1, '89 to May 1, '90, at Steamer house, 

Balance unexpended, 



FOREST FIREWARDS BILLS. 

March o, appropriation authorized, 

PaidRufus Kendrick, repairs Johnson Pumps, $27 56 

Services parties, Nos. 1 to 48, . . 105 75 

Balance unexpended, . . 66 69 



$17 


57 


2 


25 


6 


40 


4 


00 


4 


50 


1 


65 


1 


50 


1 


50 


1 


25 


1 


00 



$242 95 



$777 


34 


562 


77 


396 


62 


288 


6Q 


242 


95 


$2,268 


34 


25 


62 


$2,293 


96 


22 


19 


$2,316 


15 



$200 00 



NEW HOSE. 

March 3, appropriation authorized, . . . 

Paid Boston Woven Hose Co., 500 ft. hose, . $291 00 

Balance unexpended, . 9 00 



$200 00. 



$300 00 



$300 00 



The Engineers declined to approve this bill and $15.30 has been refunded on it. 



„,,>< 



FIREMEN S OVERCOATS. 

March 3, appropriations authorized, 
Jan. 6, appropriation added. 

Paid G. W. Simmons & Co., 48 cavalry 

overcoats, .... 
Paid F. W. Peirce, expressing same, 
Paid David Graham, marking same, 
Paid Cutler Bros., paint and brush, 
Balance unexpended, . 



$216 00 

1 00 

2 00 
69 

g0 31 



ALMSHOUSE REPAIRS. 

March 3d, appropriation authorized, 

Expended as follows : 
A. A White & Co., 600 lbs. lead $42.41, 35 
galls, oil $22.40, 30 lbs. green $4.50, 
sundries, 1.30, .... 
J. M. Fairbanks, contract for painting, 
,, " inside, 

" paints, oil, etc., inside, 

Cutler Bros., 50 lbs. lead, . 
Denis Greany, mason work, 
E. I. Purrington, contract for shingling, 

" " hard pine floor, 

J. A. Ginty, 40 galls, boiler, copper tank, etc., 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., hot water piping, 



. $70 


61 


67 


00 


40 


00 


8 


62 


3 


50 


10 


00 


. 228 


00 


♦, 22 


00 


c, 24 


75 


25 


52 



25 00 
125 00 



$250 00 



$250 00 



$500 00 



$500 00 



POOR DEPARTMENT. 

GENERAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

March 3, appropriation authorized, . 

Cash received by overseer-. 
From Almshouse sales, ..... 

From individuals, ...... 

From towns and State, ..... 

Total 



. $5,500 


00 


. 1,323 


83 


380 


71 


18 


65 



,223 19 



121 



CASH PAID BY OVEllSEEPS. 

Expense of poor at Almshouse, 

non-residents, settlement here, 
residents, settlement elsewhere, 
home, outside relief, 
persons in insane hospitals, 
persons in public institutions, 
miscellaneous, tramps, 



. » 



it 






u 









Total, 

Balance unexpended, 

Due from town of Lynnfield, for tramp, 
city of Salem, 

State of Mass. (including $1.25 for wood), 
city of Boston, . 



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it 



Wood delivered from town farm, 
Potatoes and pork from town farm. 



$4,311 


13 


365 


18 


88 


63 


787 


64 


1,868 


17 


560 


29 


72 


80 


$7,153 


84 


$69 


35 




35 


18 


00 


21 


24 


36 


74 


$145 


68 


26 


00 


25 


46 



EXPENSES OUTSIDE OF TOWN ALMSHOUSE. 



INSANE HOSPITAL EXPENSES. 



Dan vers Hospital, acct 


. of Hannah C. Flynn, . 


$169 47 




. t 


Geo. W. Clark, 


169 47 


. . 


. t 


Chas. H. Potter, 


169 47 


t * . . 


. c 


Hannah Lyons, 


169 47 


. . . . 


tt 


Kate Glynn, . 


169 46 


. . t . 




Annie A. Emerson, $41.71 


) 






repaid, 


169 46 


^ 


1 1 


Otis Brown, all repaid, 


169 46 


1 1 




Agnes Murray, " 


169 46 


1 1 




V. E. Marsh, 


96 10 


(4 . . 


tt 


*D. P. Richardson, . 


6 86 


Worcester Hospital, 


tt 


Nelson Sweetser, 15 mos 


212 17 


Taunton " 




Mary E. Adams, 


169 46 


Westboro " 


1 1 


Eliza Green, . 

V 


27 86 




$1,868 17 



*Inmate 10 days — died June 22. 



122 



Due from Fred. C. Emerson on acct. of wife, SI 27. 6 7 

State of Massachusetts, acct. of Sarah Bachellor, . $146 00 

City of Lowell, acct. of Frank Ames, 15 mos. . 170 58 

Mass. School for feeble-minded, Herbert Ames, . • 120 68 

John Froton, . . . 123 03 



t£ 



$560 29 



AID TO PERSONS RESIDING HERE WITH SETTLEMENT ELSEWHERE. 

Mrs. E. Black, Boston, $23 85 

Geo. A. Roberts, Boston, . . . . . 12 89 

Wm. H. Batchelder, Salem, 18 00 

Mrs. B. Manning, Somerset, . 

Mrs. Susan Cavanagh, State, . 

C Wittekind, State, funeral expenses. 

Mrs. Froton, State, .... 

Mrs. A. O'Connor, State, 



3 


90 


14 


40 


10 


00 


4 


27 


1 


32 



$88 63 



AID TO NON-RESIDENTS WITH SETTLEMENT HERE. 

Mrs. Thos. Bacon, Lynn. 

Wm. H. Piper, " . 

Mrs. J. W. Russell, West Peabody. 

Mrs. M. E. Burlington, Chelsea, 

W. A. McLarty, Boston, 

Ellen McCarty, Boston, . . . 

Timothy Haggerty, Natick. 

Thos. Welsh, Reading, . 



$109 


2;> 


35 


00 


94 


00 


57 


05 


35 


00 


2 


00 


30 


88 


2 


00 



$365 18 



OUTSIDE HOME RELIEF 

Jus. Doyle and wife, board. 

Mrs. Thos. Trahea, groceries, etc., . 

Mrs. Hannah P. Stone, board, 

Samuel Conant, rent. 

Mrs. Porter Weston, rent and nursing, 
" John Kirk, groceries, 
u John Shea, groceries, 
" Emily O. Stoddard, groceries, . 







$156 47 






146 55 






104 00 






96 00 






90 35 






81 35 






80 24 






36 00 



123 



$24 


00 


20 


47 


18 


50 


16 


58 


15 


38 


11 


38 


10 


00 


9 


00 


8 


10 


7 


98 


7 


00 


5 


25 


5 


20 


4 


90 


4 


50 


2 


50 


2 


02 


2 


00 



Mrs, J. S. Teague, rent, 

" A. L. Heath, groceries, . 

" Margaret Mertin, groceries and Tent, 

" P. Farrington, groceries and coal, 

" Peter Casey, groceries and coal, 

" Jane Kelley, groceries and coal, 
Barnard Derby, rent, 
.Mrs. D. E. S harm ah an, coal 
John Burditt, groceries, . 
Mrs. Thos. Welsh, groceries, 
Samuel Ennnons, coal, 1889, 
James Mooney, coal. 
Osmond Otis; coal, 
.Mrs. Chas. Ryder, medical care, 
•hi lias Devlin, medical care, 1888, 
Mrs. M. Donahoe, medical care, 1888, 
L. A. Bryant, groceries, 
Win. Barry, provisions, April 1889, 

$965 72 

Note. Messrs. Wm, Sweeney, and Joseph White, reported as aided in 
this class last year, did work at the farm towards payment. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

H. C. Hall, care 80 tramps at 35c, . 
R. F. Draper, care 128 tramps at 35c, 

Total outside expense 

Repaid by individuals, towns and State, 

$3,521 43 

ORDER DEPARTMENT, OUTSIDE HOME RELIEF. 

Goods delivered by the Superintendent from the Almshouse by 
order of Overseers. 

Goods purchased for this Department of 
Cutler Bros., . 
J. W. Roberts & Co., flour. 
A. Sawtell & Co., . 
Everett W. Eaton, . 

1227 47 



$28 


00 


44 


80 


$72 


80 


$3,920 


79 


399 


36 



$129 


05 


58 


50 


36 


67 


3 


25 



124 



Delivered to the follow 

Mrs. Thos. Trahea, 
" A. L. Heath, . 
" John Kirk, 
u P. Farrington, alias 
" Peter Casey, . 

Mrs. Thos Welsh, . 
" John Shea, 
" Porter Weston. 

John Burditt, . 

L. A. Bryant, 

Mrs. Jane Kelly, 

Chas Ryder, . 



mg persons 



. . 



Forbes, 



M.s. Susan Cavanagh (State). 

" Froton, " 

kt Ann O'Connor, •• 

Geo. A. Roberts, Boston. 

Total, 

Deduct potatoes and pork from farm, included, 



Balance on hand, 



$74 


55 


20 


47 


15 


35 


8 


73 


8 


58* 


7 


98 


7 


69 


(J 


35 


2 


10 


2 


02' 


1 


98 


1 


90 


$157 


70 


8 


70- 


4 


27 


1 


32! 


6 


09 



$178 08 
25 46> 

S152 62 

74 85 

$227 47 



The stock on hand in this department was valued Feb. 1, and 
found to amount to $65.73, — a shortage of $9.12, a portion of 
which has been used in the Almshouse and the remainder is ac- 
counted for by the goods delivered being figured on the orders a 
little below cost. 

The amount ($178.08) of aid furnished by this department 
having been included in the preceding statement of ''Outside 
Home Relief," amounting to $965.72, it has been deducted from 
that total, and the balance, $787.64, is shown as the expense of 
that item in- the opening financial statement; and at the same 
time in that statement the total purchases for this department 

227.47) are included in the item "Expense of Poor at Alms- 



125 



house." It was necessary to treat the matter in this manner in 
order that the statement of "Outside Home Relief" might show 
the total amount of aid furnished each person in that class. 

The goods furnished by this department comprised the following 
twelve staple articles from which applicants for aid could select: 
Flour, tea. sugar, beans, pork, fish, potatoes, oatmeal, meal, rice, 
peas, soap. 



DETAILED ALMSHOUSE EXPENSES 



GROCKKII 



Cutler Bros.. . 

Everett W. Eaton, 

A. Sawstell & Co., . 

J. W. Roberts & Co., . 

A. S. Atherton, 

E. A. Donald, butter, 

Mrs. II. L. Day, 1 bbl. cracker 

Ira Atkinson,. 

Block & Cate. . 



s. 





GRAIN AND FEED. 




Cutler Bros., . 


• • • 


$248 10 


M. J. Curie y. 


• • • • 


107 31 


City of Lynn, swill. 


• • * • 


94 14 


Everett W. P^aton, . 


• • • • 


70 47 


A. S. Atherton, 


■ • • ■ 


41 60 


Curley Bros., 


• • • • 


10 49 


Ira Atkinson, 


• • • • 


8 50 


Block & Cate, 


• • • ■ 


3 75 



MEAT, FISH AND 

Harding & Dunton,'. 
Wm. Dexter Deadman, . 
F. II. Sweetser, fish, 
J. W. Jenkins, 
McDonald Bros., 
Cutler Bros., potatoes, 



$217 


11 


94 


45 


54 


86 


41 


75 


29 


69 


5 


18 



2 59 
1 2b 
1 19 



ROVISIONS. 

$130 42 

40 03 

23 15 

22 74 

12 13 

10 44 



$448 07 



$584 42 



126 



6 


62 


5 


67 


4 


77 


2 


98 



J. W. Roberts & Co., lard and beans, 
W. H. Godfrey, fish, 
W. V. Taylor, .... 

E. D. Gibbs, ..... 



DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES. 

J. W. Poland & Co., dry goods, . . $33 32 

E. G. Daland, clothing, . 

Hugh Connell, shoes, 

Bowser & Co., dry goods, 

C. O. Anderson, dry goods, 

Jas. Wooldridge, tapping boots, 

SALARY OF SUPERINTENDENT. 

Geo. E. Donald, salary 1 year to Jan. 1, '91, 



14 


08 


15 


65 


4 


93 


3 


88 


1 


75 



FARM LABOR. 

Jos. Severance, 

Seth Knowles, 

I. W. Vidito, 

Howard Gilmore, . 

Ellis L. Edmands, marsh haying, 

John Lutz, .... 

Calvin Prescott, 

J. J. Mooney, 



HOUSEHOLD I 



ABOR 



Minnie E. Pond, 
Hannah Desmond, . 



HOUSEHOLD GOODS 

J. W. Heath, Crosby invalid bed, . 
Geo. H. Taylor, wash boiler, . 

FUEL EXPENSES. 

Denis Greany, 8 tons egg coal at $5.75, 
" 12 tons stove coal at $6, 



$144 16 

67 84 

31 50 

20 16 

16 00 

7 6o 

5 10 

4 50 



$62 00 
40 86 



$30 00 
1 20 



$258 95- 



73 61 



637 50 



296 91 



102 86 



31 20 



$46 00 

72 00 
118 00 



127 



TOOLS AND SEEDS. 

Cutler Bros., tools and seeds, . 

Whitman & Barnes Mfg. Co., mowing 

machine fittings, 
Gilbride & Grey, tools, . 
Farquhar & Co., seeds, . 
Buxton Seed Co., .... 
Ames Plow Co, steel wedges, . 
(iro. H. Taylor, hoe, 



$21 '38 

3 90 
3 85 
2 90 
2 70 
1 12 
45 



$36 30 



BLACKSMITH WORK. 

(u'O. M. Kelley, shoeing horses and work, 
A. B. Woodman, shoeing horses, 
J. R. Munroe, shoeing horses, 
Richard Krvin, shoeing horses, 



813 40 
9 31 



7 75 



/ 70 



38 21 



WAGON REPAIRS. 

Sederqnest & Wannamake, 

P. Sanderson & Co., 1 set of wheels, . 
A. McMillan, painting Democrat wagon, . 

HARNESS AND REPAIRS. 

J. E. Maxwell, repairs, .... 
Cutler Bros., harness and fly blanket, 
Geo. H. Hathaway, repairs, 

HARDWARE AND REPAIRS. 

Geo. H. Taylor,. ..... 

A. S. Cobb, stove repairs, 

S. F. Littlefield & Co., .... 

MEDICAL EXPENSES. 

J. D. Mansfield, drugs and medicines, 

J. W. Heath, M.D., services,'88, '89, '90, 



$34 


70 


16 


00 


12 


00 


$5 


50 


4 


38 


3 


60 


$14 


01 


6 


50 


5 


15 


$9 


15 


38 


20 



62 70 



13 48 



25 66 



47 35 



128 



STOCK EXPENSES. 

D. B. Fiske, 1 cow, .... 

A. E. Johnson, 1 cow, .... 
J. S. Henry, 1 bull, .... 

D. C. Wright, killing hogs, etc. ,'87, '88, '89, 
H. C. Perry, V. S., doctoring cow, . 

FERTILIZERS AND MANURES. 

Joshua Eames, 70 ft. manure at $5. 
J. W. Jenkins, 42 ft. manure at $5, 
Cutler Bros., fertilizers, 
Denis Greany, 1 cask lime, 

LUMBER AND REPAIRS. 

S. C. Hamilton, Jr., . 

C. H. Spencer, ..... 

E. I. Purrington, carpenter work, . 



GROCERIES FOR OUTSIDE RELIEF. 

Purchases as reported on page 123 for 
delivery from the Almshouse, 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Wakefield Water Co., rates to June 

1, 1891, 
Harrington & Greenough, ice, 
Boston & Maine R. R., freight. 
Cutler Bros., straw, 
John G. Morrill straw. 
Car fares, 
Stationery, . 
C. W. H. Moulton & Co. 
W. B. Preston & Son, scales, 
Town of Saugus, tax on salt marsh. 
J. W. Locke, express bill, 

Total expense at Almshouse, 
Less rece'ipts from Almshouse, 
Less bill of J. W. Jenkins, pd. twice, 



$65 


00 


60 


00 


30 


00 


16 


25 


2 


00 


$43 


75 


26 


25 


11 


25 


1 


15 


$22 


21 


4 


26 


7 


69 



, 29 ft. ladder, 



3173 25 



82 40 



34 16 



227 47 



Actual inside expense, 



HO 


00 






15 


00 






11 


18 






10 


37 






8 


08 






10 


20 






8 


20 






5 


10 






5 


00 






4 


25 






1 


25 










118 


63 




• 


\J KJ 


• • 


$3,411 


13 


$1 ? oZo 


83 






4 


24 










$1,328 


07 






V/ 1 


# 




$2,G83 


06 



129 



DETAILED ALMSHOUSE RECEIPTS. 

From sale of milk, . 



(4 


u 


pigs and pc 


44 


(4 


hay, . 


44 


44 


potatoes, 


44 


44 


vegetables, 


44 


44 


wood, 


44 


44 


cow, . 


u 


44 


use of bull 


44 


44 


sand, . 


.4 


(4 


pasturage, 


(4 


44 


calves, 



$781 


89 


171 


60 


96 


85 


81 


84 


53 


75 


43 


00 


30 


00 


27 


00 


16 


90 


16 


00 


5 


00 



,323 83 



ALMSHOUSE INVENTORY, FEBRUARY 1, 1891 

LIVE STOCK. 

One Morgan mare, ..... $250 00 

Nine cows and one bull, . . . . • 625 00 

Twenty hens, 20 00 

Thirty-two swine, . . ... . 320 00 



HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. 



Eighteen tons English hay, 

Five tons salt hay, . 

Oats, corn, meal and shorts, 

Forty- five cords manure, . 

Forty cords muck, . 

Forty cords wood, . 

Wood del'd by order of Overseers, 

Carriages and harnesses, 
Farm tools, 
Household goods, . 
Twelve tons coal, . 
Provisions, 

Total, . 

An increase from last year of . 
9 





V-L,AJ.Cf UV 


1 

$324 00 




60 00 




58 20 






442> 20 


$315 00 


Ttrt^ t £j\J 


120 00 




200 00 




27 25 






662 25 


$575 00 


340 00 




705 00 




72 00 




139 00 






1,831 00 




• • 


$4,150 45 


• • 


$182 15 



130 



ALMSHOUSE INMATES, FEBRUARY 1, 1891 

Robert H. Raddin, .... 
Patrick Devine, .... 
Barnard Derby, admitted Apr. 20, . 
Mrs. Barnard Derby, admitted Apr. 20, 
Annie Fitzgerald, " "10, 

Annette Mayo, .... 
Walter Mayo, .... 

Edward R. Danforth, admitted Sept 17, 
Charles A. Danforth, " " 

Alice G. Danforth, " " 

George E. Davis, " Dec. 31, 



84 years. 
78* " 



73 

68 

60 

40 

30 

12 

9 

6 

7 



u 
a 

U 
u 
u 
u 
it 
u 



FOLLOWING WERE INMATES A PORTION OF THE YEAR. 

Wm H. Piper, left May 10, . . . . .56 years. 

Ida Danforth, admitted Sept. 17, left Oct. 20, . . 16 years. 

WOOD DELIVERED FROM FARM TO FOLLOWING PERSONS. 

Jane Kellev, ..... 



M 



s. John Shea, .... 
P. Farrington, alias Forbes, 
Thos. Trahea, 

Margaret Mertins, alias Kildery, 
Peter Casey, .... 
Susan Cavanagh (State), 







$5 75 






5 00 






4 50 






4 25 






3 25 






3 25 






1 25 



$27 25 



GENERAL COMPARATIVE STATEMENT, 



YEARS 1889 AND 1890. 

1889. 
Town Appropriation, . . . 85,000 00 

Overseers' Cash Receipts, 
From Almshouse Sales, etc., . . 1,351 64 

" Outside Sources, . . . 766 12 



1890. 
$5,500 00 

1,323 83 
399 36 



7,117 76 $7,223 19 



131 



Paid by Overseers, 
Expense of Almshouse Poor, . 
" for home relief, . 

" M those with settlement here, 539 63 

•' " elsewhere, 35 30 

« in hospitals and schools, 1,726 91 2,428 46 
Tramps, . . . . 68 20 72 80 

Miscellaneous, . . . 1 40 









. . 



ti 



$3,432 68 $3,411 13 
1,311 16 787 64 

365 18 
88 63 



$7,115 28 $7,153 84 



Balance unexpended, . . $2 48 

To which add, 

Amount due from cities, town and state, 

Surplus this year ..... 



$69 35 

76 33 
$145 68 






TOWN HOUSE EXPENSES, 

March 3, appropriation authorized, . 

Expended as follows : 
H. C. Hall, Janitor, 3 mos. to May 1, 

u shoveling snow, Feb. and Mch. 

Rufus F. Draper, Janitor, 9 mos. to Feb. 1, 

meals and car fares for workmen, 
electric bell, etc., . 
washing towels and vestibule . 
J. Warren Richardson, cleaning up, . 

Citizens' Gas Light Co., 155,600 ft., at 2.25 to July 1, 
Citizens' Gas Light Co., 171,400 ft. at 2.15 to Jan. 1, 
A. A. Mansfield, 40 tons furnace coal at $5.42, 
A. A. Mansfield, 1 cord pine, 1-2 sawed and split, 
Wakefield Water Co., rates to June 1, '91, 
E. Hodge & Co., new boiler tubes and repairs, . 
Geo. H. Teague, carpenter work and repairs, 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., plumbing, hardware, repairs 
and supplies, ...... 

H. Z. King, electric bell plant, 

D. P. Rolfe, paints and oil, .... 



$1,600 00 



$150 


00 


8 


00 


412 


47 


3 


72 


3 


10 


1 


37 


36 


00 


$614 


6Q 


, $350 


09 


, 368 


49 


216 


80 


7 


25 


65 


00 


199 


20 


210 


35 


3 

65 


29 


20 


78 


21 


72 



132 

D. P. Rolfe, 15 1-2 clay's labor at $3, 
L. Descalzo & Co., furnace regulator, etc 
Morss & Whyte, 29 ft. wire guard at 35 ets. 
Morss & Whyte, 2 frames and screens, 
G. W. Killorin, 21 7-10 yds. concrete in cellar 
G. W. Killorin, cleaning cellar, 
W. G. Strong, " 
I. A. Parsons, yale lock, 1 doz.keys, etc. 
Ira Atkinson, janitor supplies, 
John Flanley, upholstering lounge, . 
CO. Anderson, crash, flannel and cheese cloth 
J. W. Poland & Co., 6 towels and flannel, 
Jno. J. Hurlbert, repairing and reseating chairs 

E. I. Purrington, repairing settees, chairs etc. 
Greenough, Hopkins & Cushing, toilet paper, 
J. T. Magee, moving piano, 

Cutler Bros., 2 snow shovels and supplies, 

Geo. H. Taylor, 1 snow shovel and supplies 

C. T. Emery, set English sweepers, . 

A. 8. Atherton, supplies, 

Lucas Bros., repairing clocks, . 

Geo. E. Gamage, carpeting Chief's room, . 

Timothy Sullivan, labor on brick sidewalk, 

Barstow's Express, carting 1880, 

A. L. Vannah, 6 closet keys, ... 

C. F. Bickford, 6 bbls. saw dust, 

Roger Howard, 1-4 day's work, 

Geo. M. Kelley, repairing furnace poker, . 

Richard Britton, bottle of Day & Martin, 

Total, .... 

Balance overdrawn, 



$46 


50 


14 


20 


10 


33 


3 


00 


10 


85 


2 


00 


6 


50 


10 


00 


7 


51 


7 


50 


6 


73 


2 


01 


4 


75 


2 


80 


2 


75 


3 


00 


4 


05 


1 


55 


2 


00 


2 


09 


1 


50 


1 


95 


2 


62 


1 


15 


1 


00 


1 


50 




75 




60 




45 



$2,301 27 
701 27 

$1,600 00 



STREET LIGHTS. 

March 3, appropriation authorized, .... $2,100 00 
Paid by G. H. Hathaway, new post on Albion street, 12 48 



$2,112 48 



133 



u 
44 



44 

4 4 






u 
44 
44 



Expended as follows : 
Citizens' Gas Light Co., 154,022 ft. gas at $2.25, 
♦Citizens' Gas Light Co., 204,457 ft. gas at $2.15, 

lighting, 9 mos. to Jan. 1, 
setting glass, 

re-locating post Centre Depot, 
G. H. Ledwith, lighting, February and March, '90 

setting glass, .... 

extra labor, .... 

Isaac F. Sheldon, lighting 1 year to March, '91, 

lighting 9 lights 9 mos. to Mch. 1, '91 
repairs, ..... 

Eben T. Newhall, 1 year to Jan. 20, '91, 
Geo. T. Lamont, lighting 1 yr. to Feb. 1, '91, . 
Cutler Bros., 335 galls, kerosene oil, 

" sperm oil, naphtha, wood alcohol, 

lantern, wicks, chimneys, 

Globe Gas Light Co., lamp post $9, 10 iron frames 

<8> ^ • »J O , . . . . . . . 

Globe Gas Light Co., 18 copper lamps and barrel, 
A. S. Atherton, 470 galls, kerosene oil, . 

155 " " at 9 cts., . 
matches and naphtha, . • 
J. W. Roberts & Son, 45 galls, kerosene at 8 3-4 cts. 
" 1 barrel, .... 

A. Mills & Co., 6 doz. chimneys, 
L. S. Bartlett, setting 8 posts, 

" iron pins, ..... 

S. F. Littlefield & Co., new post on Albion street, 

oil can 75 cts., 55 lights $3, 
11 doz. chimneys, 
6 1-2 doz. burners, . 
30 lantern cocks, 
repairing and supplies, 
Geo. H. Taylor, 1 gross chimneys, burners and wicks, 

work and material at Greenwood, 
repairing and material, 
J. W. Locke, expressage, . 



4 i 



4 4 
44 
It 

It 

4 4 



u 

44 



44 
44 
44 
44 

44 



44 
44 



$346 


44 


442 


54 


411 


00 


15 


00 


6 


00 


110 


00 


9 


15 


1 


55 


137 


50 


84 


38 


5 


88 


25 


00 


25 


00 


33 


50 


6 


26 


2 


25 


16 


50 


7 


10 


47 


00 


13 


95 


1 


89 


3 


94 


1 


50 


5 


45 


2 


25 


1 


25 


3 


18 


3 


75 


11 


00 


7 


30 


12 


60 


35 


82 


21 


75 


12 


65 


11 


54 


5 


75 



*Nov. bill $86.85 should be $2.98 less. 



134 



D. W. Hunt, bbl. oil from Boston, . 



Balance unexpended, . 



50 



$1,888 12 
211 88 

$2,100 00 

$40 00 



NEW STREET LIGHTS. 

March 3, appropriation authorized, .... 
Paid Globe Gas Light Co., for 10 copper lanterns, 

$25, 10 cedar posts $15, 40 00 



GLARK CASE 

Nov. 4, appropriation authorized, .... 

Paid Samuel K. Hamilton, cost of appeal 

to Supreme Court and copies for clerk, $12 70 

Paid Hattie D. M. Clark, judgment re- 
corded in Superior Court of Middlesex, 
Nov. 18, 1890, .... 1,316 61 

Balance unexpended . . 70 69 



,400 00 



91, 



SALARIES OF TOWN OFEICERS 

March 3, appropriations authorized, 

Expended as follows : 
Board of Health for 1890-91, . 

Registrars for ' 4 

Auditors for " 

Selectmen for ' ' 

Assessors for " 

Overseers of Poor for 1890 

School Committee, for 

Road Commissioners, 

Fire Engineers for 

Forests Fire Wards for 
Town Treasurer for 1890-91, . 
Town Clerk, " 

Tax Collector in full for 1888, $50, on account 1889, 
$50, on account 1890, $400, . 

Balance unexpended. . . . . 



$1,400 


00 


$2,725 


00 


33 


32 


110 


00 


115 


00 


400 


00 


400 


00 


250 


00 


250 


00 


200 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 



500 00 



$2,708 32 
16 68 



$2,725 00 



135 



it 



14 



CONSTABLES AND POLICE 

March 3, appropriation authorized, . , 

Expended as follows : 
Charles E. Niles, Chief, salary 1 year to Feb. 1, 

desk and carpet, 

for pelice force at parade of school 
regiment, May 10, . 
John A. Meloney, 291 hours, Berry and Miller cases, 
X. Eng. Telephone Co., rental 13 mos. to Feb. 1, 

" k ' tolls, " " 

Western Union Tel. Co., 2 messages, 
John P. Lovell Arms Co., 2 doz. badges and clubs, 

44 u 3 whistles, 3 twisters, 

C. H. Davis, Constable, fees 5 town warrants, 

" election notifying, 

Henry C. Hall, services at Junction April 28 to May 18 
A. L. Vannah, police duty, 
G. T. Lamont, " 

C. S. Merrill, " 

Chas. E. Horton, 
J. A. McFadden, 
J. F. Alexander, 
C. F. Davenport, 
W. T. Maxwell, 
A. W. Brownell, stationery, 
C. B. Bowman, postage stamps, 
G. H. Hathaway, carriage Jan. 26, Feb. 12, 16, 
J. A. O'Leary, M. D., doctoring tramp, . 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., dust brush, pail, cans, cups, etc, 



IC 

t( 

u 
a 



FOURTH OF 

C. F. Davenport, 
W. T. Maxwell, 
Geo. T. Lamont, 
Fred. Emerson, 
Rufus F. Draper, 
S. J. Wiggin, 
J. W. Richardson, 



JULY POLICE SERVICES. 

$6 80 

6 20 

5 50 

4 40 

3 20 

3 20 

3 20 



$1,000 00 

737 50 
39 00 

24 00 
87 30 
56 33 

4 00 

62 

33 00 

4 50 
37 20 

7 32 
20 00 
11 90 



35 



8 80 
7 75 
7 00 
7 00 
5 60 



1 
4 
3 
4 



00 
25 
00 
00 



1 25 

2 54 



,124 21 



136 



Robert Braxton, .... 


S3 20 


J. F. Alexander, .... 


3 20 


John H. Buckley, .... 


3 20 


John Day, 


3 20 


W. H. Gould, .... 


3 15 $48 45 




$1,172 66 


Balance overdrawn, 


172 66 



NIGHT WATCH. 

March 3. Appropriation authorized, 
Paid A. L. Vannah, 12 mos. to Feb. 1, . 
" J. A. McFadden, 12 mos. to Feb. 1, 

MEMORIAL DAY. 

March 3. Appropriation authorized, 
Paid Justin Ho ward, Q.M., Post 12 G.A.R., 



$900 


00 


900 


00 


$200 


00 


200 


00 



$1,000 00 



$1,800 00 



$1,800 00 



RENTAL OF HYDRANTS. 

March 3. Appropriation authorized, . $4,040 00 

Paid Wakefield Water Co., 60 hydrants at 

$50, 23 hydrants at $40 and 2 hydrants 

6 months, $3,960 00 

Balance unexpended, . 80 00 



$4040 00 



Common and Park Commissioners. 

March 3. Appropriation authorized, 

Expended as follows : 
Geo. W. Killorin, grading Park between Main street 

and pond. Contract for J350. Paid, 
Geo. H. Sweetser, care of Common, season of 1890, 
Wakefield Water Co., Rockery fountain, " " 

" Rockery hose, Pearl st. fountain, 

S. F. Littlefield & Co., repairing " 
Solon O, Richardson, horse lawn mower, . 
Samuel T. Parker, plants for entire Park, 



u 



$750 00 



$300 00 
240 00 
75 00 
20 00 
9 50 
50 00 
25 00 



Si 



A. S. Wile} 7 , labor and watching July 4, . 
C. W. Eaton, advertising proposals for care, 



Balance unexpended, . 

Clerk of School Committee. 

March 3. Appropriation authorized. 
Paid Edward A. Upton, services one year. 

Historical Society Room. 

March 3. Appropriation authorized, . . . $25 00 

Paid D. P. Rolfe, kalsomining, varnishing, 

etc., $10 25 

Roger Howard, carpenter work and 

material, . . . . . 14 00 

Balance unexpended, . 75 

' $25 00 



$10 


50 


1 


25 


$731 


25 


18 


75 


$750 


00 


$100 


00 


100 


00 



Printing Valuation List. 

March 3. Appropriation authorized, . . . $400 00 

PaidC. W. Eaton, 1,500 copies, 165 pages 

at $2.15, $354 75 

F. S. Hartshorne, preparing copy, 

reading proof, . . . . 60 00 

414 75 



Balance overdrawn, . . . . $14 75 

Quannapowitt Shore Protection. 

March 3, appropriation, . . . . . $100 00 

Paid Chas.E.Niles, services during the year, $20 00 

Balance unexpended, . 80 00 

$100 00 



Fish Gommittee. 

March 3, appropriation authorized (receipts), 324 

permits at 25 cts. ...... $81 00 

InteTest on receipts, . . . . . . 1 43 

$82 43 



138 






Expended as follows : 
C. F. Bickford, team May 11, 
W. L. Griffin, team May 15 and 23, 
G. S. Rowell, work on fishways, 
W. S. Greenough, envelopes, books, numbering per 
inns, . ...... 

C. W. Eaton, printing 400 permits, 
Wm. Harrington Wiley, visiting fishways, 
" " making out permits, 

Samuel Parker, expense $3.48, visiting fishways, $4, 

work on pond, river and permits, 

Balance unexpended, 



Bridge Water Street. 

Mch. 3, appropriation authorized, 

Expended as follows: 
S. C. Hamilton, Jr., plank, posts and rails, 
Nath'l. H. Dow, care lighting, teaming, . 
" "20 days' work at $3, 

" " 33 " " $2.50, . ' 

T. R. Newhall, 658 ft. bridge cover at 25c, 

3 loads granite at $4, 
5 tons block granite at $2.25, 





$1 50 




3 00 




2 45 




2 65 




4 00 




2 50 




5 00 


? 


7 48 


• 


12 00 




$40 58 


'• 


41 85 



. . 



4 4 



44 
44 



Balance overdrawn, . 



Vernon Street Repairs. 

Mch. 3, appropriation authorized, .... 

Paid for work as per pay roll 14 1-2 days, $29 00 

Balance unexpended, . . . 671 00 



Broadway Repairs. 

Mch 3 appropriation authorized, 

Expended as follows : 
L abor as per pay rolls, .... 



$82 43 



$300 00 





$30 97 




9 00 




60 00 




82 50 




142 00 




12 00 




11 25 




$347 72 


• 


47 72 



$300 00 
$700 00 

700 00 

,000 00 
$168 38 



139 



T. R, Newhall, 105 ft. bridge covers at 25c. 
Nath'l H. Dow, building " . 

" " 2233 yds. gravel at 34c. . 

Austin L. Mansfield, 21 cedar posts at 35c. 



Balance unexpended 



26 


25 


26 


50 


759 


22 


i 


35 


$987 


70 


12 


30 


$1,000 


00 



Miscellaneous Expenses. 

March 3, appropriation authorized, . 

Aug. 4, " " additional, . 

.Jan. 6, 



1 1 



a. 



Expended as follows : 



it 



$3,000 00 

1,500 00 

500 00 

$5,000 00 



MILITARY AND SOI 

Mrs. Josephine Fitch, Everett, 

Timothy Haggerty, Natick, 

Wm. P. Dyer, 

Verenus H. Ryder, . 

Andrew J. Green, . 

Mrs. Mary A. Hall, 

Mrs. Laura E. Richardson, 

Randall K. and Mary F. Whitten, 

Mrs. Matilda L. Kidder, 

EleazarW. Davis, . 

Jere. Whitehead, 

Mrs. Emily O. Stoddard, 

Wm. Sweeney, 

Jos. B. McLaughlin, 

Daniel E. Shannahan, 

Geo. H. Kidder, funeral expenses, 

D. P. Richardson, funeral expenses, 



DIERS' AID 



it 



care 



i 



$164 


42 


152 


63 


144 


00 


134 


00 


120 


00 


98 


00 


88 


00 


83 


50 


72 


00 


62 


00 


48 


00 


48 


00 


44 


00 


32 


00 


8 


00 


35 


00 


35 


00 


3 


50 



,372 05 



140 



RICHARDSON LIGHT GUARD. 

W. C. Jordan, rent 1 yr.,to Jan. 1, '91, . 

" heating 1 yr. to April 1, '90, 

Citizens' Gas Light, 13,600 ft. gas at $2.25, . 

" 21,500ft.gasat$2.15,to Jan. 1'91, 

Wm. G. Doe, rent of range, 1 } T r. to Nov., '90, 



BOARD OF HEALTH EXPENSES. 

J. A. O'Leary, health officer, 1889-90, . 
Geo. E. Dunbar, printing health regulations, 
C. W. Eaton, advertising " " 

" " advertising, 

" " printing placards and certificates 

F. W. Young, advertising health regulations, 

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advertising, 
H. B. Teague, distributing health regulations, 
W. E. Kernan, distributing health regulations 
A. W. Brownell, stationery and printing, . 

C. B. Bowman, postage stamps, 
Paid various persons, burying dogs, 
Shanahan, Donahoe and Glynn, cleaning out drain 

Centre street to Centre Depot, . 

D. E. Shannahan, ditching at Greenwood, 
J. B. Wiley, posting warning placards, 
Allie Bessey, carriage hire, 
Geo. H. Hathaway, carriage hire, 



LEGAL EXPENSES. 

C W. Eaton, examination of records for lots on Sar- 
gent's plan assessed to Lynde and Stearns, 

W. E. Rogers, abstract of Probate office records 
Beebe and Wakefield estates, .... 

W. E. Rogers, abstract of conveyances, 365 at 12 cts., 

Geo. H. Teague, truant officer, 1 year to May '90, . 

W. W. Bessey, truant officer 1 year to May, '90, 

Chas. E. Niles, truant officer, 1 year to May, '91, 

G. H. Sweetser, witness, Clark case, 



400 


00 


126 


50 


30 


60 


46 


22 


25 


00 



$628 32 



$20 


52 


30 


25 


25 


00 


8 


00 


7 


00 


25 


00 


7 


00 


4 


00 


4 


00 


7 


60 


1 


50 


13 


00 


34 


00 


11 


00 


4 


32 


4 


50 


4 


00 



$210 69 



$2 00 

5 00 
43 80 
25 00 
25 00 
50 00 

1 50 



141 



G. H. Hathaway, hacks, .... 

E. A. Upton, services vs. Gammons, et al., 

First District Court, fees (bal. over fines), 

H. C. Hall, meals 15 prisoners, 

S. E. Gordon, meals 12 prisoners, . 

R. F. Draper, meals 187 prisoners, . 



TOWN CLERKS RETURNS, ETC. 

C. V. Hartshorne, returns births, marriages, deaths, 

for 1889, . . . 
Oliver Walton, returns 87 deaths, 1889, . 
J. A. Moloney, returns 10 deaths, 1889, . 
J. W. Heath, M. D., returns 50 births, 1889, . 
J. R. Mansfield, M. 1)., returns 28 births, 1889, 



ELECTION EXPENSES. 

W. E. Cowdrey, distributing ballots, March .">,. 

G. K. Walton, distributing ballots, March 3, 

S. E. Gordon, 10 suppers, March 3, 

I. A. Parsons, teller, March 3, 

W. W. Bessey, working ballot box, March 3, , 

Six counters, March 3, . 

H. M. Meeks, 20 tally sheets, Nov. 4, 

Sixteen election clerks and counters, Nov. 4, 

C. F. Jackson, suppers, .... 

PRINTING, ADVERTISING, STATIONERY, ETC. 

C. W. Eaton, printing 1,700 Town Reports, 1889-90, 

printing town warrants, 

printing poll tax list, . 

printing voting list, 

printing other bills, 

advertising town warrants, . 

advertising other notices, 
F. W. Young, advertising other notices, . 
" advertising town warrants, . 

A. W. Brownell, 100 street list of assessed polls, 

other printing, postals, etc., 






. . 



. . 






. . 



. . 



a 



$16 00 

10 00 

7 40 

3 75 

3 00 

46 75 

$239 20 



$97 


40 


21 


75 


2 


50 


12 


50 


7 


00 



$141 15 

$2 00 

2 00 

3 00 
3 00 
3 00 

12 00 
2 00 

48 00 
1 90 

$76 90 

$334 42 
31 50 
33 00 
33 00 
16 00 
86 88 

13 65 
13 00 
85 63 
25 00 

9 10 



142 



S. B. Dearborn, printing 4,500 tax bills, 600 stubs, 
1,000 envelopes, ...... 

Geo. E. Dunbar, printing for town officers, . • 
Greenough, Hopkins & Cushing, stationery, 

" " books for Assessors, 

Town Clerk and Treasurer, 
F. Doane Co., 240 p. quarto l 'taxes," 
Corlies, Macy & Co 512 p. Auditors' book, 
H. C. Hall, stationery and postage 1881 to '89, 

u posting bills, ..... 

F. S. Hartshorne, posting bills, .... 

Six parties for distributing town reports, . 

T. J. Keough, for distributing 1500 valuation books, 

C. B. Bowman, stamps and box rent, 

EXTRAORDINARY AND OTHER EXPENSES. 

Town of Stoneham, State and County tax 1889 an- 
nexed District, ...... 

Town of Stoneham, proporton of town debt annexed 

District, ........ 

G. W. Harrington, drain for Foundry District, . 

G. W. Killorin, bridge over drain Foundry District, 
G. W. Killorin, cleaning up private way, . 
Wakefield Water Co., rates 1 yr. Main st. and Flint 

fountains, ....... 

P. H. Southworth, fidelity bond, $15,000, 1 yr. to 

July 15, '91, for C. F. Woodward, tax collector, 
Denis Greany, building two lock-ups, 

F. L. Gibson, Treasurer, 4th of July celebration, 
Keeler & Co., roll top desk and chair, 
Keeler & Co., 1 doz. mattresses for tramps, 
Fred Emerson, 2 weeks night watch vacation, 
R. H. Mitchell, mowing old burying ground, 

E. A. Upton, moderator annual meeting, 

G. H. Walker & Co., Middlesex Co. atlas, 
C. F. Woodward, postage out of town tax bills 
C. F. Woodward, postage for Assessors, 

F. S. Hartshorne, copying street list polls, 



$25 


00 


12 


10 


16 


50 


30 


25 


10 


00 


9 


30 


16 


00 


1 


50 


13 


50 


14 


00 


15 


00 


24 


00 



$868 33 



$70 33 

493 54 

300 00 

75 00 

2 00 

175 00 



lector 


, 150 00 


• 


143 00 


>n, 


125 00 




74 50 




15 00 




36 20 




20 00 




20 00 




15 00 


;, 


10 50 




2 00 




10 00 



143 






( '. F. Hartshorne, extra work, registration, 
" expressage, postage, etc., 

E. J. Purrington, team for Assessors, 

Allie Bessey, team for Selectmen, 

G. H. Hathaway, team for Selectmen, 

A. S. Wiley, care Sweetser and Eaton burial lots, 

Chas. Reid, watering Water street, 

J. W. Heath, M. D., services Callahan and Eldridge 

J. A. O'Leary, M. D., services Manning case, , 

J. M. Cate, mending town flag, 

S. F. Littlefield & Co., rope and labor town flag, 
" repairs Flint Fountain, 

" " P^ast Ward pump, 

G. H. Taylor. " " " 

J. A. Sale, » South Ward " 

I. F. Sheldon, " " 

Lois B. B. Emerson, 4 hens killed by dog, 

Elizabeth Teed, " " 

W. E. Cowdrey, services collecting of State," bill of 
Board of Health for Chas. Cole, '89, . 

J. Henry Emerson, ringing bell, town meetings, 1 yr 
" " 4th of July, . 

C. E. Townley, ringing bell 4th of July, . 

L. W. Sherman, pencil sharpener, . 

Maynard & Duncan, 1 doz. Yale keys, 

Cutler Bros., gal. oil, night watch, 



RECAPITULATION 

Military and Soldiers Aid, 

Richardson Light Guard, 

Board of Health expenses, 

Legal Expenses, 

Town Clerk's Returns, etc., 

Election Expenses, . 

Printing, Advertising, Stationery, etc., 

Extraordinary and other Expenses, 



Balance overdrawn. 



$5 00 

4 55 
7 50 

5 00 
3 50 

6 00 



5 
4 
4 
2 
4 



00 
25 
00 
75 
08 
75 
1 25 
75 
30 
00 
00 
00 



1 
1 
4 



3 00 
2 00 



2 
2 
1 



50 
50 
75 
90 
15 



$1,814 55 

$1,372 05 

628 32 

210 69 

239 20 

141 15 

76 90 

868 33 

1,814 55 

$5,351 19 
351 19 

$5,000 00 



144 



Highways and Bridges. 

March 3, appropriation authorized, . 
Received from sale of material and labor, 
Hopkins & McHugh, survey, 






Expended as follows : 

OLD BILLS, REPAIRS AND SNOW WORK 1889 

I. F. Frazier, repairs, .... 
Sederquest & Wannamake, sharpening tools, 
G. M. Kelley, sharpening tools, 

" grating Mechanic street, 

J. & S. Winship, sharpening tools, . 
B. &. M. R. R., repairing culvert Centre Depot 
Simeon Parker, repairs, 
Thos. Haverty, labor, .... 
Asa Goldsmith, mowing and trimming trees, 
G. W. Killorin, snow work, 

" storage snow plows, 

D. W. Hunt, storage snow plows, 

repairs, 
snow work, 
M. O'Connell, snow work, $25.89, repairing $6, 

" balance contract, Greenwood st. 

S. M. Gates, snow work, 820.50 repairing 
Austin L. Mansfield, snow work, 
Andrew Young, 
F. P. Hoyt, 
P. O'Connor, 
J. N. McMasters, 
Wm. F. Welsh, 
J. J. Killorin, 



,000 00 

80 45 

4 50 

,084 95 



•90. 






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. . 






. . 






. . 



STONE CRUSHER. 

Holmes & Blanchard, blacksmith work, 
Capen, Sprague & Co., 5 gals. W. Va. oil, 
Wm. H. Gallison, 5 lbs. eureka packing, . 
Ingersoll Sargeant Rock Drill Co., . 





1 50 




3 25 




17 42 




7 44 




5 50 




3 00 




12 00 




17 95 




38 79 




4 00 




4 00 




4 25 




16 25 


M3, , 


31 89 


t. 


50 00 




21 50 




14 37 




13 51 




10 00 




8 00 




5 00 




4 60 




2 75 




$297 97 


• 


$3 19 


• < 


3 75 


• 4 


3 75 


• « 


3 82 



145 



Sanderson Bros. Steel Co., 155 1-2 lbs. steel drills, 
Walworth Mfg. Co. machinery and fittings, 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., supplies, 
T. Brooks Hadley, 100 fuses, sand pump, 

100 lbs. Atlas powder, 



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it 






. . 



services. 



Eugene Divitt, 8 1-2 days work, 

Sederquest & Wannamake, sharpening steam drills, 

Denis Greany, 13,320 lbs. coal at $5.50, 



23 pay rolls, Mch. 10 to Jan. 1, 



<;K AVEL AND SUNDRY OTHER BILLS. 



City of Somerville, 1000 loads gra\' 

H. L. Goldsmith, 1133 

B. F. Shedd, 410 

Eliza M. Doyle, 115 

B. S. Hone, 50 

Mary A. Lawn, 42 

J. Laybolt, 40 

Joseph Kirk, 30 

L. J. Pitman, 20 

G. M. Leavens, 17 



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a 



. . 



a 



. . 



. . 



a 



a 



. . 



$12 44 

24 37 

32 45 

4 00 

36 00 
24 00 
23 75 
53 95 
36 66 



$262 13 
,035 38 



$100 00 

90 64 

28 70 

6 90 

4 00 

3 36 

3 20 

2 10 

1 60 

1 36 

1 56 



el, at .10, . 
at .08, . 
at .07, . 
at .06, . 
at .08> . 
at .08, . 
at .08, . 
at .07, . 
at .08, . 
at .08, . 
T. R. Newhall, 2,240 lbs. block granite at .07, 
Harrington & Greenough, 1095 yds. gravel, del'd. at .30, 328 50 

24 30 
818 08 
475 00 
22 80 
40 00 
11 07 

96 05 
28 35 

17 96 

28 20 



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81 



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J. W. Jenkins, 1,902 1-2 yds. gravel del'd. at .43, . 
G. W. Killorin, 1,250 " « " at .38 . 

11 " 76 loads "■ -«« . 

Geo. W. Killorin, work, paving, .... 

" work and teaming, concrete repairing, 

" 192 1-10 yds. concrete crossings at 

50 cts., ..... 

" snow work to Jan. 18, 

Town of Melrose, 51 3-10 yds. concrete gutters, 
Woodland avenue, ...... 

Town of Melrose, 70 5-10 yards concrete crossings, 
Greenwood street, ...... 

10 



146 



Jas. Lahey, 2,000 paving blocks, 

Chas. H. Hart, teaming 314 yds. crushed stone, 

G. M. Kelley, sharpening tools, 

Sederquest & Wannamake, fence irons, 

" sharpening tools, 

C. L. Newcomb, sharpening tools, . 
S. C. Hamilton, Jr., plank, railing and posts, 
C. H. Spencer, plank, railing and posts, . 
J. W. Hook, 10 cedar posts, . 
Roger Howard, carpenter work, 
I. A. Parsons, carpenter work, 
A. H. Kimball, steel plate for road machine, 
Chas. Reid, sprinkling crushed stone, 
H. W. Clapp & Co., 3 sewer gratings, 
J. & S. Winship, repairing snow plows, . 

" 2 new snow plows, 
Cutler Bros., 2 wheelbarrows, . 

" lantern 75 cts., oil $3.75, 
G. H. Sweetser, making and painting signs, 

" putting up signs, 

P. S. Roberts, 20 ft. drain pipe, 
S. F. Littlefield & Co., tools, drain pipe, hardware, 
G. K. Walton, repairing bridge, 
Wm. Ricker, labor and material, 
A. S. Wiley, fixing trees, Pond street, 
J. W. Locke, expressage, 
Lucas & Lee, pay envelopes and blank books, 
F. W. Young, advt'g for proposals, 

C. W. Eaton, advt'g for proposals, 
A. Young, storage scraper and roller 1 yr. to Oct. 1 

" snow work to Jan. 1, '91 . 
Everett Nichols, work to Jan. 22, 
F. P. Hoyt, sanding walks and snow work, 
M. O'Connell, snow work to Jan. 18, 
Jos. Connell, " " 25, 

S. M. Gates, " " 1, 

AustinL. Mansfield, " " 18, 

Chas. O. Wannamake, snow work to Jan. 25, 

D. W. Hunt, snow work to Jan. 1, 



$74 00 
108 33 

4 25 

10 68 
24 79 

3 00 

67 65 

3 16 

5 00 

6 20 
9 25 
8 00 
3 00 

20 80 

8 68 
46 00 

4 % 50 
4*50 

9 45 
3 00 

7 00 
198 65 

1 50 
3 70 

1 00 
40 

2 52 
9 50 

11 50 

12 00 

8 25 
26 25 
11 39 
20 87 
17 00 
15 37 

9 00 
7 00 
6 37 



147 



G. E. Mears, snow work to Jan. 6, 
W. F. Welsh, snow work to Jan 6, 
J. N. McMasters, snow work to Jan. 17, 
Jas. A. Bancroft, measuring concrete, 

44 survey Hopkins & McHugn, 

44 survey Smith's pond drain, 

44 and profile pond drain, . 

44 and plan Auburn street, . 

44 town bounds (Stoneham), 

44 and levels, Railroad St., 

4 4 and plan Greenwood street, 

44 and plan Avon Court, . 

44 levels Main street, 

44 plan Summit Ave., 



Expense of concrete work charged this dept. 
Add last year's bills, . 

44 stone crusher bills, .... 

44 pay rolls, . . . , 



Balance unexpended, 



• • 


$6 12 


• • 


5 13 


• • 


4 00 


$3 00 




4 50 




5 00 




9 50 




12 75 




2 50 




16 00 




10 25 




5 50 




2 75 




2 25 


74 00 




$3,016 49 


• • 


57 87 


• • 


297 97 


• • 


262 13 


• • 


4,035 38 




$7,669 84 




415 11 



,084 95 



Concrete Sidewalks, Gutters and Repairs. 

March 3d, Appropriation authorized, 

New work, ...... 

Repairs, . . . . . * . 



Paid by Highway Department, 
Paid by abutters as follows : 
Boyd, James, 
Edson, F. A., 
Evans, C. A., 
Flint, S. W., 
Garrity, Jas. F., 
Gilman, J. M., 
Hudson, A. J., 



$500 00 


500 


00 


$1,000 


00 


57 


87 


$31 


75 


11 


18 


16 


73 


26 


48 


15 


03 


34 


73 



J 2 75 



148 



Kelley, Geo. M., 


$13 50 


Momll, J. G., 


3 50 


Perkins, Mrs. E. M., 


20 48 


Pitman, L. J., 


68 25 


Poland, J. W., .... 


13 58 


Preston, W. P., 


32 90 


Skinner, Ida, ..... 


12 30 


Walton, Daniel G., 


20 00 


Wood, Harmon & Co., . 


103 63" 




$436 79 



Making a total of , . 

Expended as follows : 

Paid Geo. W. Killorin, for 1,853 1-2 yds. sidewalk 
at oo cts. ,. . . . . . . 

600 1-2 yds. gutters at 50 cts., 

1,070 7-10 yds. repairing at 35 cts., 



$1,494 66 



$926 75 

300 25 

■ 267 66 

$1,494 66 



Note. All concrete and highway bills of this year have been col- 
lected. Of previous years there remain outstanding : Estate of Lilly 
Eaton, $30.89; Freeman Emmons, $7.27; Peter McCullough, $5.07; 
Edmund Sweetser, $2.83 ; and in highway department, Philip J. Flanders, 
$7.00; Wakefield Water Company, $5.00. 



149 



Auditors' Final Balance Sheet for the year, showing amount 

for each Department, together with the expenditure in each, and 
the unexpended balance or overdraft : 

Town Debt, $3,837.50 $3,837.50 

Interest on Town Debt, 3,000.00 2,635.32 $364.68 

Support of Schools, 17,935.04 18,336.45 *401.41 

School Contingent Fund, 1,802.80 1,799.64 3.16 

School Text Books and Supplies, 1,200.00 1,271.37 *71.37 

Support of the Poor, 7,223.19 7,153.84 69.35 

Support of the Fire Department, 2,316.15 2,293.96 22.19 

Salaries of Town oilicers, 2,725.00 2,708.32 16.68 

Police Department, 1,000.00 1,172.66 *172. 66 

Salaries of Night Watchmen, 1,800.00 1,800.00 

Expense of Street Lights, 2,112.48 1,888.12 , 224.36 

Expense of Town House, 1,600.00 2,301.27 *701.27 

Miscellaneous Expenses, 5,000.00 5,351.19 *351.19 

Highways and Bridges, 8,084.95 7,669.84 415.11 

Concrete Sidewalks and Gutters, 1,436.79 1,436.79 

Rental of Hydrants, 4,040.00 3,960.00 80.00 

Public Library, 1,484.94 1,359.19 125.75 

Public Reading Room, 175.00 157.35 17.65 

Memorial Day, 200.00 200.00 

Common and Park Improvement, 750.00 731.25 18.75 

Fish Committee, 82.43 40.58 41.85 

Forest Fireward Bills, 200.00 133.31 66.69 

Almshouse Repairs, 500.00 500.00 

New Hose for Fire Department, 300.00 291.00 9.00 

Overcoats for Firemen, 250.00 219.69 30.31 

New Street Lamps, 40.00 40.00 

Quannapowitt Shore Protection, 100.00 20.00 80.00 

Printing Valuation List, 400.00 414.75 *14.75 

Historical Society Room, 25.00 24.25 .75 

Clerk of School Committee, 100.00 100.00 

Bridge, Water Street, 300.00 347.72 *47.72 

Vernon Street Repairs, 700.00 29.00 671.00 

Broadway Repairs, 1,000.00 987.70 12.30 

Main Street Improvements, 1,500.00 1,500.00 

Heating &Ventilating High Sch'l, 4,547.00 2,273.50 2,273.50 

" Franklin School, 875.00 875.00 

Clark Case Judgment, 1,400.00 1,329.31 70.69 



,043.27 $74,814.87 $6,988.77 
Deduct overdrafts, 1,760.37 

$5,228.40 



150 



REPORT OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 



The School Committee of the town of Wakefield would respect- 
fully present the following report of the history and condition of 
the public schools during the year ending Dec. 31, 1890. That 
the report may be comprehensive, and at the same time as brief 
and convenient as possible, is the aim of the committee. 

Three elements always enter into the school problem in any 
community : first, pupils ; second, teachers ; third, money. 

PUPILS. 

The public school system exists for the sake of the benefits that 
may be derived from it by the pupils. Unless those benefits are 
secured, then the money expended and the efforts of the teaching 
force are wasted. The success of the public school depends as 
much upon the home as upon the teachers or School Committee. 
If the earnest and honest efforts of the teachers to sustain the dis- 
cipline of their schools and to impart knowledge are not supported 
by the home influence, comparatively little good can be accom- 
plished. The School Committee desire here to express their 
appreciation of the earnest and hearty co-operation of the parents 
in securing the excellent results of the school year just closing. 
Comparatively few cases of discipline have come from the teachers 
to the School Committee, and this is as it should be. Only 
extreme cases have been so referred by the teachers. Almost 
uniformly the parents have sustained the committee in insisting 
that good discipline should be maintained in the schools, that the 
interests of the many should not be sacrificed to the disorder of 
a few. 

The school census shows that there are in the town the follow- 
ing children of school age : 

Males, ......... 591 

Females, ......... 579 

- 

Total, 1,170 



151 



Attending, ......... 1,010 

Not attending, . . . . . . . . 162 

SERIOUS INTERRUPTIONS. 

There have been two serious interruptions in the school work 
of the year: one, affecting the schools, in the High School build- 
up only; and the other, those especially on Academy Hill, and 
very largely all the schools of the town. The first cause of inter- 
ruption was the delay in putting the new system of heating and 
ventilating into the High School. This interrupted the work in 
the First Grammar, Advanced Grammar, and High School. We 
are glad to report, however, that the work which was interrupted 
through this delay, has all been made up ; and the course as laid 
down has been completed. 

Another cause of interruption was the presence of Scarlet Fever 
in our town, which became a serious epidemic. A special com- 
mittee from the School Committee was appointed to confer fre- 
quently with the Board of Health. The first cases of Scarlet 
Fever occurred in June, 1890, and the disease has continued more 
or less generally prevalent until the date at which this report 
closes. The disease has seemed to go in waves ; that is, there 
will be a period of some days in which there are scarcely any 
cases, then they will multiply very rapidly for a few days. To 
illustrate : one school which had no cases when it closed for the 
holiday vacation, at the opening of the next term, out of an 
enrollment of forty-seven, had only nine present, thirty being 
absent on account of Scarlet Fever and Measles. It seemed best 
to close the Centre schools, and they were kept closed for four 
weeks during October. This seemed to have no perceptible effect 
upon the prevalence of the diseases, and by the advice of the 
Board of Health the schools were again opened, and have con- 
tinued to the present time. No locality seems to be especially 
affected by the disease. In all cases the most rigid care is 
necessary in keeping the rules laid down by the Board of Health 
to prevent the spread of the disease. This care is not always 
exercised, and danger results from the neglect. We are happy 
to report that although the cases have been numerous, there have 
been but four deaths from the disease. Such an epidemic, of 
course, has seriously interfered with the best results of work, 



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even when the schools were not closed on account of it. The 
usual amount of work, hewever, has been substantially accom- 
plished, notwithstanding this interruption, greatly to the credit 
•of the faithful teachers. 

TRUANCY. 

The Committee are happy to report that there have been few 
cases of truancy during the year just closing. C. E. Niles, our 
Chief of Police, and Rufus Draper were appointed by the Com- 
mittee, truant officers, and have been attentive and faithful in 
the discharge of their duties. In no case has it been deemed 
necessary by the Committee, to enforce the extreme penalty of 
the law. A visit from the truant officer, or an admonition from 
the School Committee, has generally corrected the tendency to 
truancy when it manifested itself in any pupil. There have been 
frequent absences from the schools, but these generally resulted 
from the illness which has been prevalent, or from fear, on the 
part of the parents, lest their children should be exposed to dis- 
ease. As is usually true, a considerable number of older pupils 
have been absent a part of the year, to perform various kinds of 
labor. These pupils have uniformly made application to the 
proper authorities and received a legal permit for such absences. 
The Committee, however, would urge upon the parents the neces- 
sity of keeping their children in school the full year, when by any 
means it is possible. Pupils who are removed from the schools, 
although for satisfactory reasons, not only suffer serious interrup- 
tion in the course of study, but lose heart in their work and are 
much less effective in the fragment of the year during which they 
attend school. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

The course of study in the High School has been somewhat 
re-adjusted, and been made rather more comprehensive. Every 
year brings to this school an increasing number of those who are 
preparing for college. This fact necessitates an increase of expen- 
diture, as a larger force of teachers is demanded. The classes, 
being smaller, are more numerous. Those who complete the full 
classical course in our High School are fitted for entrance exami- 
nations in our leading colleges. 



153 



GRADUATING CLASS. 



The graduating exercises of the High School were held in the 
Wakefield Town Hall, June 25. These exercises were a credit to 
the town, and gave evidence of excellent work in the schools 



The Programme was as follows : 



f :r,o <3-:r,^:m: im: :e . 



Ripley. 
Eichberg. 

Kellogg. 



Grand March. "W. S. H. Cadets." 

Mozart Orchestra. 
Son<.. •• To thee, O Country." 

LUTATORY. "The Advance of Knowledge." 

Margaret Annie Dillon. 
Declamation. "Regulus to the Carthagenians." 

Frank Henry Hackett. 
E88AT. "Lessons Tauuiit in the Public Schools, not 
Learned in Books." 

Alice Jayne Kernan. 
Oration. "Concentration." 

Alex Amerton Morton. 
Song. "Summer now hath come among us." 
Class History. " '86-'90" 

Lillian Mary Derby. 
Recitation. "One Niche the Highest." . 

Catherine Louise Kelley. 
Debate. "Resolved, that the Jury System should be Abolished. 

Aff. Thomas O'Connell. 
Neg. Lilley Eaton. 
Recitation. "The Death of Charles IX." 

Catherine Florence Hollis. 
Solo. "Speak to me." .... 

Effie Alfreda Griffin. 
Declamation. "Toussaint L'Ouverture." 

John Edward Drugan. 
Presentation. The Bust of Longfellow. 

Grace Eleanor Aborn. 
English Honor Essay. "Footprints." 

Lena Farmer Nickerson. 



G. F. Wilson. 



Anon. 



>> 



Maud Moore. 
Fabio Campana. 
Wendell Phillips. 



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>> 



Class Poem. 4 'Echoes from Lake Quannapowitt. 3 

Edith Mabel Emerson. 
Song. "The Heavens are Telling." 
Oration. "First Oration of Cicero against Cataline." 

Charles Bertrand Bowser. 
Chemistry Exercise with Experiments. 

William Osceola Abbott. 
Essie Mabel Kingman. 
Recitation. "After Trouble, — Rest." 

Effie Alfreds Griffin. 
Essay. "The American Home." 

Kate Marie O'Connell. 
Song. "Where are you going to?" . . . . Caldicott. 
Class Prophecy. "How it Happened." 

Carrie Williams Clapp. 
Oration. "English Oppression." 

James Patrick Kelley. 
Valedictory. "Exitus Acta Probat." 

Mary Elizabeth O'Conner. 
Presentation of Diplomas. 

Rev. C. J. Ryder, Chairman of School Committee. 
Class Ode, . . . Written by Alice Jayne Kernan, 

Benediction. 



CLASS OJDIE- 

WRITTEN BY ALICE JAYNE KERNAN. 

To-night, amidst our happiness, 

The thought comes — we must part ; 

And ties, which love has bound so fast, 

Be severed in each heart. 

Good Bye, Good Bye, O Wakefield High ! 

Long may your banner wave 

O'er teachers kind, we leave behind, 

O'er scholars true and brave. 

Chorus. — Farewell, farewell, to all, farewell ! 

Farewell, farewell, to all a fond farewell I 



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What, though our paths apart must run ; 

Long will our hearts recall 

The pleasures we've together shared 

Within the school-house wall ; 

And, where such joyous days we've spent, 

Fond memory oft will dwell. 

Willi saddened hearts and dewy eyes 

We bid to all, farewell. — Chorus. 



ZDsT^IMIIES OF GBADTJATES. 

CLASSICAL COURSE. 

William Osceola Abbott, Catherine Florence Hollis, 

Charles Bertrand Bowser, James Patrick Kelley, 

Margaret Annie Dillon, Alice Jayne Kernan, 

Lilley Eaton, Katie Marie O'Connell, 

Mary Elizabeth O'Conner. 

ENGLISH COURSE. 

Grace Eleanor Aborn, Frank Henry Hackett, 

Carrie Williams Clapp, Catherine Louise Kelley, 

Lillian Mary Derby, Essie MaDel Kingman, 

John Edward Drugan, Alex Amerton Morton, 

Edith Mabel Emerson, Lena Farmer Nickerson, 

Effie Alfreda Griffin, Thomas O'Connell. 

CADETS. 

The citizens have been justly proud of the fine appearance 
made by the High School Cadets. The young men who compose 
this company have given much time and study to the Manual of 
Arms and the evolutions of the company. The result has been 
very satisfactory. This company took the second prize on the 
First Annual Field Day, held in Wakefield, May 10, 1890, at 
which there were present companies from Gloucester, Lynn, 
Woburn, Brookline, Reading, Lowell, Maiden and Medford. 
The School Committee appreciating the importance and value of 
this branch of training, took action this year by which the Cadets 
are brought more immediately into the line of school work. Pro- 
motions hereafter are to be based not simply upon military fitness, 



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but upon honesty and faithfulness in school work. The company 
is at liberty to elect its officers, but those elections must have the 
approval of the principal, and then the election is sanctioned by 
the School Committee. This improved method has been heartily 
endorsed by the Cadets and has proved very satisfactory. 

A drill-master has been employed this year and the Cadets 
have spent considerable time in the evening in the study of mili- 
tary tactics. We are happy to commend the spirit which has 
prevailed among them this year, as well as the excellent results 
of their work. 

FLAGS. 

Through the generous kindness of various citizens, the United 
States flags have been placed over all the schools in town this 
year. The committee would publicly in this report express their 
thanks to the large-hearted citizens who have contributed these 
flags. The stars and stripes floating over every school are an 
object-lesson in patriotism, and must stir the hearts of the pupils 
who are to be our future citizens with enthusiasm for their 
country. The public school should teach patriotism if it fails in 
every other line. These beautiful flags are text-books in loyalty 
to country, written in red, white and blue. 

TEACHERS. 

Frequent changes in the teaching force in any school are dis- 
astrous to the best work. It has been the effort of the School 
Committee to retain the successful teachers as far as possible. 
There have been, however, the following changes in the teaching 
foice : Miss Grace J. Barker resigned her position as assistant in 
the High School at the close of the Summer term. Miss Helen 
Folsom, who came well recommended, was appointed to this 
position and began teaching at the opening of the Fall term and 
has done excellent work. Miss H. J. Williams resigned the 
position of first assistant in the High School in the middle of 
the Fall term. The Committee were unable at once to fill this 
place satisfactorily. Miss Martha Sprague was appointed tem- 
porarily, and her services were very acceptable. On account of 
the interruption at the beginning of the term, it was found necces- 
sary to continue her services for the remainder of the year. 



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Miss Alice M. Merrill, a teacher of large experience, who held 
a position of responsibility in the public schools of a neighboring 
town, was finally secured and appointed to fill permanently the 
position of first assistant. The appointment has been thorough- 
ly satisfactory. 

The Centre Second Primary suffered the loss of teacher and 
assistant teacher, both of whom resigned. The Committee were 
especally fortunate in securing Miss Minnie Emerson, whose record 
as a former teacher in our public schools had been such as to in- 
sure her large success in this important position of teacher in the 
Second Primary. Miss Hattie A. Currier, w T ho had filled the 
position of assistant in the West Ward School, was transferred 
to the position of assistant in the Centre Second Primary. 

Miss Kernan, who graduated in the last class from the High 
School, was appointed as Assistant in the Hamilton Primary 
School. Miss Edith R. Marshall was appointed to the place made 
vacant by the transfer of Miss Currier. 

It does not seem out of place here to commend the thorough 
and conscientious work, which has been performed by our faithful 
teachers in our public schools during the past year. The em- 
barrassments and annoyances which teachers endure, none know 
except those who have been teachers themselves. The work has 
been especially perplexing this year, on account of the frequent 
absences and the excitement in the public mind, which affected 
the pupils, largely occasioned by the prevalence of sickness in 
our community. The school year has been very successful in the 
face of these serious interruptions, and the credit is due to the 
conscientious work of these faithful teachers. 

MONEY. 

The general fund voted by the town for the support of schools 
for the year just closing was $17,800. The expenditures have 
been kept entirely within the appropriation. The salary of an 
additional teacher for the High School had to be provided for, 
beginning with the latter part of September. Miss H. S. Williams, 
the first assistant in the High School, resigned unexpectedly to 
the Committee, and the vacancy was filled by the appointment of 
a temporary teacher, until the Committee could secure one 
thoroughly capable of filling this important place. 



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The new system of heating aud ventilating the High School 
was not completed until the 29th of September. This delay 
interrupted the school for about four weeks, and necessarily 
increased the amount of work to be done in the High School 
during the remainder of the sch ool year. It was found necessary, 
on this account, to continue the temporary teacher during the 
year, a permanent teacher having been appointed as first assistant. 
The account stands at this date, Dec. 31st, 1890, as follows: 

GENERAL FUND. 

Appropriation, $17,800 00 

Pay rolls, 9 months, - - $14,430 05 

Janitors, 9 months, - 657 50 

Fuel, 1,085 45 

Cadet drill-master and opening Armory 

Hall, 98 25 L6,271 25 



Balance, ... - $1,528 75 

TEXT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 

Appropriation, ------- $1,200 00 

Expended, ' 1,120 01 

Balance, ... - $7<j 99 

CONTINGENT FIND. 

Appropriation, ------- §1,800 00 

Expended, - - - -" - - 1,188 96 



Balance, - - - - $611 04 

CARE OF AND IMPROVEMENTS IN BUILDINGS. 

The school-house at Greenwood has been thoroughly repainted 
outside, the desks varnished, and the inside generally repaired, 
and the North Ward school building has been painted inside and 
the walls and ceilings tinted. The buildings on Academy Hill 
have received only attention enough to render them fit to be used. 
Unnecessary expense has not been incurred, as it has been the 
hope of the Committee that the town would see its way to erect a 
suitable school-house on this beautiful site. The Committee 
painfully felt the need of it when they found it necessary to 
divide the Second Primary, permitting one-half the pupils to 



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attend one session, and the other half the other session. The 
enrollment of the school was eighty-six, and the seating capacity 
seventy ; and not more than fifty pupils should ever be permitted 
to occupy any room. Slight expense has been necessary, as the 
financial report will show, to renew the stoves and keep the school 
in running order. 

Somewhat extensive improvements have been made in the High 
School building. 

Although these improvements were not committed to the School 
Committee as such, but to a special committee appointed by the 
town, it is proper that reference should be made to them here. 
At a town meeting held August 4th, the amount of $4,547.00 
was appropriated to meet the expense of putting into the High 
School the Fuller and Warren system of heating and ventilation. 
This sum was entirely sufficient to meet the expense of this change. 
Certain improvements were made, however, at the same time, 
which were necessary, and involved some expense beyond that 
provided for by this special appropriation. 

RECOMMENDATIONS; A NEW BUILDING. 

First. The Committee would respectfully but earnestly urge 
the adoption of some plan by which the capacity of our schools 
may be enlarged. Any one who will take the pains to analyze 
the statistical tables will see that in many of the lower grades the 
seating capacity is not sufficient to accommodate the enrollment of 
the schools. A new building is imperatively needed. Nearly 
ninety pupils were enrolled in the Second Primary School, the 
seating capacity of which is only seventy. The teacher of this 
grade reports that there doubtless would have been one hundred 
present at the beginning of the winter term, had it not been for 
sickness among the children. It goes without saying, that the 
best work cannot be done under these conditions. The Committee 
is very hopeful that before the close of the present school year 
some substantial steps will have been taken toward the better 
accommodation of our school children. 



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Second. 

SUPERINTENDENT. 

Another recommendation which the Committee would urge 
upon the citizens is the employment of a Superintendent of 
Public Schools as soon as possible. In the admirable report 
presented in 1885, the Committee say: "It must be manifest to 
every citizen that the Committee cannot, in the very nature of 
things, give to the schools that care and constant supervision 
which the magnitude of the interests demands." Men who are 
extremely busy with their regular business, are generally the men 
elected upon the School Committee, and they are probably the 
men who are most useful on that Committee. In the very nature 
of the case, it is impossible for them to give enough time to the 
schools to superintend them thoroughly. As a result, there is 
less unity, thoroughness, and effectiveness in the work. It is the 
opinon of the present School Committee, that by certain re-adjus- 
ments of the teaching force, a Superintendent's salary could be 
mostly provided for, without increasing the appropriation. They 
earnestly recommend such an appointment, and in doing so are 
only reiterating the opinion of the able Committees that have 
gone before them, as the above quotation shows. 

Third. 

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING. 

The Committee would modestly and tentatively suggest the 
introduction of some simple forms of industrial training into our 
schools. A considerable number of our public schools are intro- 
ducing this department of training. This report is not the place 
for argument, nor is argument necessary, for every intelligent 
citizen will at once see the value of such a course of training. The 
object of our public school system is to train citizens for intelli- 
gent citizenship ; men and women for their life work. To train 
the hand is as essential as to develope the mind. That this 
might be accomplished, a school of carpentering could be intro- 
duced with comparatively little expense. This would also be a 
step in preparation for the Institute of Technology to those who 
are fitting for that institution. The hand on the dial points in 
the direction of such training, and it would be greatly to the 
credit of our beautiful village to be in the van of those who move 



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along the lines of large and complete development of progressive 
school work. 

With acknowledgement of the hearty support given to the public 
schools during this year by the citizens of the town, this report, 
with the statistical table, is respectfully submitted by, 

CHAS. J. RYDER, Chairman, 
ASHTON H. THAYER, Secretary, 
W. E. ROGERS, Treasurer, 
E. A. UPTON, Clerk, 
MELVIN J. HILL, 
SELIM S. WHITE, 

School Committee. 
Wakefield, Mass., Jan. 31, 1891. 
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STATISTICAL KEPOKT 

Of the Scholars attending the Public Schools, and Text-books and 
Supplies furnished them during the year. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



Number of scholars. ..... 

Number of scholars over 15 years of age . 
Number of scholars between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, ..... 

Average per cent of attendance, 



108. 
86. 



5. 



100.55 
96.08 
95.55 



Irving's Sketch books, . 
liurtille de dames, . . 8 

Daiulet Choisies, . . 3 

Chemistry Lab-Manual, . 11 
Meservey's Book-keeping blanks, 20 
Richardson's D. of A. Literature, G 



Plant Description, Pillsbury, 11 


Xenophon's Anabasis, . 


4 


Latin at Sight, 


10. 


Pilsey's Caesar, 


3 


Webster's Aca. Dictionary. 


5 


Chemicals, 


1 


Chemical Apparatus, . 


1 


Glass Tubing, 


. 2pks. 


Spelling Blanks, . 


25 

■ 


Composition Blanks, . 


. 223 


Common Lead Pencils, . 


15 doz. 


Erasive Rubber, . .11-2 boxes 


Pens, .... 


3 boxes 



Text Books. 

12 lVnncll's Greece, . 

La Fonntaine's Fables, . 
Henequin's Idioms, 
Canseries arc nes Elexes, 
U. S. Geometry, Wentworth, 
Lamb's Tales of Shakespeare, 
Longfellow's Evangeline, 
Silas Mainer, George Eliot, . 
Hawthorne's Twice told Tales, 
Cicero. Allen & Greenough, . 
Bartley's School Registers, . 

lies. 

Examination Paper, 

Blotters, 

Blackboard Erasers, 

Crayons, 

Practice Paper, 

Mucilage, 

Reel Ink, 



7 

3 

3 

3 

40 

8 

7 

12 

16 

4 

5 



20 reams 

. 1 pk. 

10 

2 boxes 

120 blocks 

1 bottle 

12 bottles 



ADVANCED GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils over 15 years of age, 



53. 

22. 



163 



Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, ...... 

Per cenl of attendance, ..... 

Tf-st Books. 



31. 
54.83 
51.14 
93.27 



Glimpses of the Animate World, 2 



Sixth Readers, 
Bible Manuals, 

Barnes' U. S. History, 

.Music Readers, 



18 
7 

40 
3 



Spelling Blanks, . 


115 


Composil Ion Blanks, 


L35 


Drawing Paper, 


70 sheets 


Slates, . 


23 


Note Paper. . 


3 reams 


Drawing Pencils, . 


10 doz. 


Erasive Rubber, . 


100 


Pens, 


2 boxes 



Five-minute Declamations, . 
Five-minute Recitations, 
Warren Geography, 
Franklin Written Arithmetic, 
Swinton's Lang. Lessons, 

Supplies. 

Fen Holders, 
Examination Faper, 

Crayons. 

Blotters, 
Report Cards, 
Drawing Books, 
Writing Books, 

Thermometer, 



CENTRE FIRST GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 
Number of pupils, ...... 

X timber of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



,New Pron. Speller, 
Warren Geography, 
Franklin Written Arithmetic, 



Spelling Blanks, . 
Composition Blanks, 
Slate Pencils, 
Common Pencils. 
Drawing Pencils, 
Erasive Rubber, 
Pens, 
Examination Paper, 



35 

2 boxes 
3 doz. 
7 doz. 

35 
4 boxes 

3 reams 



Text Bool*. 

1G Barnes' U. S, History, . 
39 Swinton's Lang. Lesson 
21 

Supplies. 

35 Practice Paper, 
Crayons, . . 
Blotters, 
Report Cards, 
Drawing Books, 
Writing Books, 
Ink, 



CENTRE SECOND GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 
Number of pupils, ..... 

Number of pupils over 15 years of age, 



l 
1 
76 
2 
6 



2 doz. 

5 reams 

1 box 

1 pk. 
70 

72 

77 

1 



38. 

32. 

34.8 

32.4 

93. 



13 

15 



2 reams 

2 boxes 

1-2 pk 

5C 

43 

31 

5 bottles 



52. 
3. 



164 



Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 
Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



49. 

49.7 
47.01 



Music Readers, 
New Proii. Speller, 
Franklin Written Arithmetic, 
Colburn's Mental Arithmetic, 



Text Books. 

1 Swinton's Lan. Lessons, 
17 Hyde's Prac. Les. in English, 



9 
6 



Bartley's Daily Record Book, 



8 
1 
2 



Supplies. 



Spelling Blanks, . 


60 


Practice paper, 


1 ream 


Composition Blanks, 


60 


Crayons, ... 4 boxes 


Ruled Slates, 


8 


Blotters, 


. 1 pk. 


Slates, 


4 


Report Cards, . , 


60 


Slate Pencils, 


. 1 box 


Drawing Books, . 


50 


Drawing Pencils, 


.9 doz. 


Writing Books, 


54 


Pens, . 


2 boxes 


Pitch Pipe, . 


1 


Examination Paper, 


3 reams 







CENTRE THIRD GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 



Number of pupils, . 


• • 


• • • • 


52. 


44 44 between 8 and 14 years of age, . 


49. 


Average membership 


? 


• • • • 


49.70 


14 attendance, 


• • 


• • • • 


47.01 


Per cent of attendance, . 


• • • • 


94.05 




Text Books. 




Franklin Fourth Reader, . 16 


Warren Geography, 


21 


Music Reader, 


19 


Colburn's Mental Arithn 


ictic, 12 


New Pron. Speller, 


35 


Swinton's Lang. Lesson 


3, . 10 




Supplies. 




Spelling Blanks, . 


60 


Examination Paper, 


4 reams 


Composition Blanks, 


. 120 


Practice Paper, 


1 ream 


Slates, . 


60 


Primary Practice Paper, 


2 reams 


Slate Pencils, 


. 1 box 


Rulers, .... 


14 


Common Pencils, . 


. 1 doz. 


Blotters, 


. 1 pk. 


Drawing Pencils, . 


. 5 doz. 


Report Cards, 


60 


Erasive Rubber, . 


60 


Drawing Books, . 


60 


Pens, 


3 boxes 


Writing Books, 


60 


Pen Holders, . 


. 3 doz. 


Drawing Paper, . 


63 sheets 



165 



CENTRE FIRST INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 

Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



Music Readers, 
New Pron. Speller, 
Warren < teography, 



Text Books. 

4 Franklin Ele. Arithmetic, 



36 Lang. 



Lessons 



Supplies. 



58. 

58. 

55.75 

49.80 

85.75 



12 
56 



Composition Blanks, . 


60 


Primary Practice Paper, 


1 ream 


Slates. . 


12 


Crayons, 


2 boxes 


Slate Pencils, 


2 bo.v 


Report Cards, 


60 


Drawing Pencil 


5 doz. 


Drawing Books, . 


60 


Erasive Rubber, , 


72 


Writing Books, 


60 


Examination Paper, 


2 reams 


Sponges, 


60 


Practice Paper, 


1 ream 







CENTRE SECOND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 

Number of pupils, . . . . . . 54. 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, . 54. 

Average membership, . . . . . . 47.57 

Average attendance, . . . . . . 42.89 

Per cent of attendance,* ...... 90.01 

Text Books. 

Franklin New Third Reader, 17 Colburn's Mental Arithmetic, 1 

Hyde's Prac. Lessons in English, 50 Bartley's School Record, . 1 



Spelling Blanks, . 
Composition Blanks, . 
Slates Ruled, ... 48 

Slate Pencils, . . 5 boxes 

Common Lead Pencils, . 4 doz. 

Drawing Pencils, . . .4 doz. 

Erasive Rubber, . , . 60 

Pen Holders, . . .1 doz. 

Examination Paper, . 2 reams 

Practice Paper, . . 2 reams 



Supplies. 

86 Primary Practice Paper, 
24 Drawing Paper, 

Crayons, 

Blotters, 

Report Cards 

Drawing Books, 

Writing Books, 

Sponges, 

Pitch Pipe, . 



4 reams 
120 sheets 
1 box 
lpk. 
50 
60 
107 
1 box 
1 



166 



CENTRE THIRD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 
Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



Franklin Second Reader, 



Ruled Slate-. 
Slate Pencils, 
Common L. Pencils, 
Drawing Pencils, . 
Era-h e Rubber, . 



Text Books. 

6 Music Header-. 

Supplit 8. 
6 Primary Practice Paper, 
2 boxes ( ra\ <>ii-. 
1 d<>/. Draw Ing Books, 

l do/.. Writing Books, 
L2 



CENTRE FIRST PRIMARY school. 
Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and l I years of age, 
Average attendance, ..... 

Average membership, ..... 

Per cent of attendance. ..... 

Text Books. 
Bwinton's Advanced l-t Reader. 

r //. 8. 

Rilled Slate-. . . . 1-* 'Lentil. B, 

slate Pencils. . . 2 boxes Colored Crayons, . 
Common L. Pencil-. . .5doz. S ] . In 1 1 ^ . . 
Sponges 24 Wood Tablets, 

Crayon- 1 DOX. 

CENTRE SECOND PRIMARY SCHOOL. 
Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and 11 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, . 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



Primary Nat. Music Reader. 

Elates, .... 
Number Boards, . 
Colored Splints, . 
Pegs, .... 



i Books. 

1 Record Book. 

Supplies. 

24 Call Bell, 
24 Pitch Pipe, . 
2 boxes Chalks, . 
. 1 box Slate Pencils, 



46. 
45. 
34.DI 
31.46 

:>0. 

8 

2 reams 
. 1 box 

is 

IS 



56. 

32. 
40.54 

17..". 1 
84.00 

G 
l bunch 

. 1 box 

l bunch 

. 1 box 



125. 

12. 

76.63 

69.41 

<J0.f> 



l 

l 

. 1 box 

2 boxes 



167 



HAMILTON' FIRST GRAMMAR SCHOOL 

Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupila between * and l l years of age, 
\ • membership, ..... 

\ • erage attendance) ..... 

Per cenl <»r attendance, ..... 



Prog. Maps, Asia ami Africa. 



mposition Blanks, 


70 


!«• Pencil 


2 boxes 


Pens, 


l' boxes 


i :i Solders, 


. 8 doz. 


niiiiiMii.il) Paper, 


5 reams 


Practice Paper, 


l ream 



' Books. 
70 Wai ren Geography, 

Suppl 

Primary Practice Paper, 

Crayons, 

Blotters, 

Report Cards, 

Drawing Books, 

Writ Ing Books, 



39. 
29. 

34.5 

152.6 
'•• 1.4 



35 



1 ream 

1 box 

1 pk. 

36 

36 

36 



HAMILTON SECOND GRAMMAR SCHOOL 
Number <>t" pupils. . . . . . . 

Number of pupils, between 8 and l l years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendanc ..... 

P< r cent of attendance, ..... 



a l'r.m. Speller, 
Warren < reography, 

Franklin Written Arithmetic. 



39. 

34. 

38.6 

35.9 

93. 



Composition Blanks, 
Slate Pencils, 
Pens, 
Examination Paper, 

Practice Paper. 
Primary Practice Paper, 



T( 'i Books. 

Stories of onr Country, . 11 
4 Hyde's Frac. Les. in English, l 

l 

Supplii 8. 

'.»•; Blotters 1 pk. 

Report Cards, ... 48 

Drawing Books, ... 48 
Writing Books, ... 36 
(rayons, . . . .1 box 



2 boxes 

2 " 

.". reams 
1 " 
1 • 



HAMILTON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 
Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 
Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



54. 

54. 

48.75 

44.82 

91.9 



168 



Frank. New Third Reader, 
New Pron. Speller, 

Ruled Slates, 

Slates, . 

Slate Pencils, 

Composition Blanks, 

Pens, 

Pen Holders, 

Examination Paper, 

HAMILTON PRIMARY SCHOOL. 
Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



6 


3 boxes 


85 


2 boxes 


. 2 doz. 


2 reams 



Text Books, 

5 Warren Geography, 
12 Frank. Elm. Arithmetic, 

Supplies. 

6 Primary Practice Paper, 
Crayons, 
Report Cards, 
Drawing Books, . 
Writing Books, 
Common L. Pencils, 



Ruled Slates, 
Slate Pencils, 
Lentils, 



Supplies. 
10 Crayons, 
2 boxes Sponges, 
1 " Moulding Clay, 



WEST GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 
Number of pupils, ...... 

over 15 years of age . 

between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 
Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 









. . 



10 
. - 6 

4 reams 

1 box 

30 

44 

97 

3 



92. 
25. 
58.3 
52.3 

89.6 

2 boxes 

25 

1 brick 

48. 
2. 
46. 
42.95 
37.21 
86.63 



Fourth Reader, 
Music Readers, 
New Pron. Speller, 
Warren Geography, Large, 
Warren Geography, Small, 



Spelling Blanks, 


» 


50 


Composition Blanks, 


48 


Mucilage, . . 


• 


1 bottle 


Slates, . 


• 


18 


Slate Peneils, 


• 


3 boxes 


Pens, 


• 


1 " 


Pen Holders, 


• 


. 1 1-2 doz. 



Text Bonis. 

1 Frank. Written Arithmetic, . 2 

8 Frank. Elem. Arithmetic, . 4 

20 Swinton's Lang. Lessons, . 6 
6 Hyde's Prac. Lessons in Eng- 

6 lish, 25 

Supplies, 

Examination Paper, . 1 ream 
Practice Paper, . . 1 " 

Blotters, . . . .1 pk. 
Report Cards, ... 60 
Drawing Books, ... 59 
Visiting Books, ... 56 
Ink, .... 1 bottle 



169 



WEST PRIMARY SCHOOL. 
Number of Pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils, between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



64. 
22. 

59.58 
49.67 
83.36 



Frank. New First Reader, 
Monroe's First Reader. 
Music Readers, 
New Pron. speller. 



12 

it; 

4 



imposition Blanks, 


2 


Moulding Clay. 


1 brick 


Merits 


. l pk. 


Reward Cards, 


96 


Colored sprint^, . 


l bunch 


Rilled Slate- 


14 


Slate Pencils, 


5 boxes 


Common Pencils. . 


2 doz. 


Drawing Pencils, . 


1 " 



Text Boohs. 

12 Warren Geography, small, . 
Frank. Elm. Arithmetic, 
Frank. Primary Arithmetic, 
Hyde's Prac. Les. in English, 
Hartley's Record Book, 

Supplies. 

Primary Practice Paper, 
Crayons, 

Report Cards, 
Drawing Books, 
Writing Books, 
Sponges, 
Ink. 
Mucilage, 



3 
4 
12 
1 
1 



1 ream 

3 boxes 

12 

24 

36 

25 

1 bottle 

1 " 



FRANKLIN GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 
Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



Frank. New Fourth Reader, 
Frank. Fourth Reader, 
New Pron. Speller, 
Warren Geography, large, . 



'/'< xt Books. 

12 Frank. Written Arithmetic, 
25 Frank. Elem. Arithmetic, 
37 Swinton's Lang. Lessons, 
17 Bartley's School Record, 



Slate Pencils, 
Common Pencils, . 
Drawing Pencils, . 
Erasive Rubber, . 
Examination Paper, 
Primary Practice Paper, 
Crayons, 
Rulers, .... 



Supplies. 

3 boxes Blotters, 

. 4 doz. Report Cards, 

.4 " Drawing Books, 

48 Writing Books, 

2 reams Sponges, 

1 " Ink, 

. 1 box Composition Blanks, 

18 Pitch Pipe, , 



70. 
21. 

46.37 
36.78 
79.3 

12 

12 

6 

1 

. 1 pk. 
50 
60 
58 
50 

1 bottle 

24 

1 



170 



FRANKLIN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 
Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 

Average membership, . . 

Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



36. 
33. 
34.3 
29.6 

85.7 



Prank, Second Reader, 
Modern Second Reader, 
New Pron. Speller, 
Warren Geography, 



Slate Pencils, 
Common Pencils, . 
Drawing Pencils, . 
Erasive Rubber, . 
Examination Paper, 
Practice Paper, 



Text Books. 

3 Frank. Primary Arithmetic, . 10 

It; Prank. Elm. Arithmetic, • 7 

!> Music Readers. ... 6 

l Hyde's Prac. Les. in English, 23 



Supplies. 

2 boxes Primary Practice Paper 
Crayons. 
Reporl Cards. 
Drawing Books, 
Writing Books, 
Ink, 



3 doz. 
3 " 
22 

1 ream 
1 1-2 " 



i! reams 

. 1 box 

25 

40 

36 

1 bottle 



FRANKLIN PRIMARY SCHGOL. 
Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance. ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 

Text Books. 
Interstate Primers, 

Supplu 8. 

Lentils l box Slate Pencils, 

Tiles and Pegs, , 15 Primary Practice Paper, 

Moulding Clay, . . 1 brick Merits, .... 

Ruled Slates, ... 12 Reward Cards, . , 



70. 
21. 
46.37 
36.78 

7!).:i 

10 



2 boxes 

1 ream 

5 pks. 

70 



GREENWOOD GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



41. 

34. 

33.13 

29.90 

90. 



171 



Physical Geography, 

,11k. New Third Reader, 
Frank Third Reader, . 
Prank. Niw Fourth, 
Music Readers, 



Text Books. 

1 New Pron. Speller, 
3 Warren Geography, Larue. 
16 Warren Geography, Small, 

Frank. Elm. Arithmetic, 
6 Swinton's Lang. Lessons, 

Supplu 8. 

Ten Holders, 
Examination Taper, 
Practice Paper, . 
Crayons, 
Report Cards, 
Drawing Books, . 

Writing Looks, . 
Blackboard Erasers, . 



GREENWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL 
Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between * and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, ..... 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 

Appleton's First Reader, 

Second Leader. 

Frank. Adv. First Reader, 

Lippincott's Second Leader 



Spelling Blank-. . . . 


86 


Composition Blanks, . 


54 


Ink Well8, . 


il' 


Puled Slates, 


10 


Slate Pencils, 


;; iM>\r>. 


Common Pencils, , 


. 1 do/.. 


Drawing Pencils,. 


. 4 do/.. 


Brasii «• Rubber, . 


1L' 


Pena 


2 boxes 



u 

1G 

18 

6 

5 

3 doz. 
reams 

ream 

boxes 

48 

59 

38 

3 



Text Books. 

7 Swinton's Primers, 

Frank. Primary Arithmetic, 
Hyde's Prac. Lessons in Eng. 



4 

2 



52. 
24. 
30.26 
27.19 

89.87 

4 

01 

3 



Composition Blanks. 
Ruled slates. . 
Sponges, 

Drawing Paper. . 
Ink, 

Slate Pencils, 
Common Pencils, . 
Erasive Rubber, . 
Practice Paper, 



Supplies. 

12 Crayons, 



13 
12 

. 24 sheets 

1 bottle 

. 1 box 

1 do/. 

6 

1 1-2 reams 



Primary Practice Paper, 2 



Ink Wells, . 
Report Cards, 
Writing Books, 
Reward Cards, 
Drawing Books, 
Merits, . 
Cubes, . 
Spheres, 
Cylinders, 



MONTROSE SCHOOL. 
Number of pupils, . . . . 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 



1 box 
6 

24 
25 
12 pks. 
13 
7 
50 
50 
50 

55. 
30. 
35.2 



172 



Average attendance, 
Per cent of attendance, 



31.9 
90.6 



Text Books. 



Frank. First Reader 


• 


12 


Dictionary, . 


1 


Music Reader, 


. 


20 


Warren Geography, 


9 


Frank. New Second 


Reader, 12 


Frank. Elm. Arithmetic, 


7 


Frank. New Third Reader, 


7 


Hyde's Prac. Lessons in 


Eng. 16 


New Pron. Speller, 


. 


6 










Supplies. 




Spelling Blanks, . 


. 


48 


Examination Paper, 


2 reams 


Primary Arithmetic Cards, 


. 1 box 


Primary Prac. Paper, . 


2 " 


Merits, . 


. 


. 100 


Crayons, 


2 boxes 


Reward Cards, 


* 


10 doz. 


Mucilage, 


1 bottle 


Alphabet Cards, . 


. 


1 box 


blotters, 


1 pk. 


Ruled Slates, . 


. 


2] 


Report Cards, 


72 


Slates, . 


. 


8 


Drawing Books, . 


43 


Slate Pencils, 


. 


5 boxes 


Writing BOOKS, 


12 


Drawing Pencils, . 


a 


4 doz. 


Writing Books, Primary 


, • 6 


Pens, 


. 


1 box 


Sponges, 


48 


Pen holders, . 


. 


2 doz. 


Globe, .... 


1 



WOODVILLE SCHOOL. 
Number of pupils ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age, 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, . . 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



Frank. New First Reader, 
Frank. New Second Reader,. 
Frank. Second Reader, 
Frank. New Third Reader, 
Frank. Fourth Reader,. 



Spelling Blanks, . 
Ruled Slates, 
Slate Pencils, 
Drawing Pencils, . 
Examination Paper, 
Practice Paper, . 



Text Books. 

14 Frank. Primary Arithmetic,, 



39. 
26. 
30.95 

25.87 
83. 

6 



1 


Frank. Elm. Arithmetic, 


2 


9 


Music Readers, 


8 


2 
2 


Hyde's Prac. Lessons in Eng. 


13 


Supplies. 




24 


Crayons, . 


1 box 


6 


Report Cards, 


12 


2 boxes 


Drawing Books, . 


9 


. 1 doz. 


Writing Books, 


5 


1 ream 


Writing Books, 


11 


(i 


Sponges 


12 



173 



NORTH SCHOOL. 
Number of pupils, ...... 

Number of pupils between 8 and 14 years of age. 
Average membership, ..... 

Average attendance, . . . . . 

Per cent of attendance, ..... 



Prank. First Reader, . 

Advanced Second Reader, 

Fourth Reader, 

Prank. Written Arithmetic, 



Spelling Blanks, . 
( Jomposition Blanks, 
Slates, . 
slate Pencils, 

1 1 1 1 1 1 • > 1 1 Pencils, . 
Primary Prac. Taper,. 
Report Cards, 



T'Xt Hoi 'kit. 

5 Warren Geography, Small, . 

1 Warren Geography, Large, . 

G Bartley's School Record, 

4 Hyde's Prac. Lessons in Eng, 

SupplU 8. 



52. 

30. 

38.75 

35.43 

91.43 

5 

15 

1 

12 



24 

LM 

2 

. l bos 

. 2 do/.. 

1 ream 

24 



Drawing Cards, ... 12 
Writ Ing Books, ... 12 
Writing Books, Primary, . 18 
Ink, .... 1 bottle 
Reward Cards, . . ,3doz. 
Register, .... l 



TEXT-BOOKS. 

Battles and Leaders, 
Interstate Primers, 25 

Modern Classics, 6 

French Texts, 

s- aver Primer, 1 

Bryant's Leaflets, 6 

Riverside Lib. Series, 5 

New Second Music Readers, 74 

New First Music Readers, 48 

New High School Music Readers, 10 
Codas, 585 

Warren's Com. Sch. Geography, 231 
Warren's Primary Geography, 50 
Franklin Primary Arithmetic, 1 

Franklin Elementary Arithmetic, 25 
Modern Second Readers, 16 

New Franklin First Readers, 60 



$0.25 1-6 off 
40 15 per c. off 



25 1-6 off 

15 15 per c. off 



40 
25 
94 

90 
40 
25 
35 

40 
24 



■6 off 
■6 off 
■6 off 



1-6 off 
1-6 off 
1-6 off 
1-6 off 



$6 00 

5 21 

2 04 

13 77 

35 

1 25 

64 

24 67 

10 00 

7 83 

12 40 

207 90 

20 00 

21 

7 30 

4 34 

12 00 



174 



Hyde's Language Lessons No. 1 


,12 


35 


1-6 off 


3 50 


Neary's Our Government, 


25 


70 


1-6 off 


14 58 


Chittenden's Eng. Composition, 


22 


60 


1-5 off 


10 56 


Am. School Music Readers, 


50 


36 


net 


18 00 


Latin for Light Reading, 


10 


83 


1-3 net 


8 33 


Xenophon's Anabasis, 


4 


37 




1 48 


Swinton's Advanced Readers, 


12 


25 


1-6 off 


2 50 


Hyde's Language Lessons, No. 2, 6 


60 




3 60 


Thompson's Com. Arithmetic, 


25 


84 




21 00 


Supplementary Reading, 








33 28 


Colburn's Arithmetics, 


48 


20 3-4 


14 28 


Worcester's New Pron. Spellers, 


100 


23 


1-6 off 


19 17 


Monroe's New First Readers, 


12 


17 




2 04 


Swinton's New Lang. Lessons, 




38 


1-6 off 


15 83 


Wentworth's P. cV S. Geometry, 


\:> 


1.2.") 


1-6 off 


15 62 


Wentworth's Plain Geometry, 


50 


7;> 


1-6 off 


31 2(j 


Latin Manuals, 


11 


2;» 


1-6 off 


2 29 


Lamb's Tales, 


8 


40 




3 20 


New Franklin Third Readers, 


24 


5() 


1-0 off 


10 00 


hartley's Records, 


25 


60 


1-6 off 


12 50 


PenneU's Greece, 


7 


60 


1-6 off 


3 50 


Kel lev's Caesar, 


3 


1.25 


1-6 off 


3 13 


Webster's School Dictionary, 


65' 






40 57 


Barnes' United States History, 


50 


1.00 


1-6 off 


40 00 


Prime's Am. Lit. 








1 53 


Bunker Hill Address, 


io 






83 


Evangeline, 


4 


15 


15 per c. 


off 51 


Silas Morner, 


5 


75 


1-3 off 


2 50 


Stories of Our Country, 


10 


40 


1-5 off 


3 20 


Cicero, 


4 


1.25 


1-6 off 


4 17 




$678 87 


Credit, Old Books exchan 


ged, 




* 


15 10 



$663 77 



175 



SCHOOL SUPPLIES. 

Ink, 1 ... $6 50 

Primary Practice Paper, 11 25 

Balers, 6 00 

Rubber Erasers, 5 95 

Pens, - 19 25 

Record Paper, 4 45 

Kindergarten Materials, "25 31 

Globe, 6 00 

Laboratory Supplies, - - - - - - 37 47 

Mucilage, . - - - - - - - 175 

imposition Spelling Blanks, - - - - - 51 50 

Book-keeping Blanks, - - - - - - 13 34 

Practice Paper, - - - - - - - 16 50 

Examination Paper, ------- 116 00 

Pencil Sharpeners, ------- 3 50 

Botany Blanks, - - 2 48 

Drawing Paper, ------- 5 00 

Putnam's Tiles, ' 1 50 

Crayons, --------- 19 45 

Maps, - 1 31 

Sponges, 3 60 

Drawing Pencils, - - - - - - - 34 50 

Penholders, -------- 9 15 

Envelopes, -------- 100 

Expressage, -------- 2 20 

W. W. Bessey, balance due for delivering supplies, - 10 60 

J. AW Locke, delivering supplies, - - - - 12 60 

Thermometers, ------- 4 00 

Slates, 4 00 

E. A. Upton, messenger, - . - - - - - 100 00 

Drawing Books, 2 doz. 96 1-6, 1 60 

Drawing Books, 68 doz. 96 1-5, - - - - 52 24 

Copy Books, 17 doz. at 60 cts., - - - - 10 20 

Copy Books, 10 doz. at 80 cts., - 8 00 

$607 60 



176 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 



GENERAL RECEIPT AND EXPENSE ACCOUNT. 

Town grant, $17,800 00 



Received for tuition, - 


. 


65 00 


" from State, - 


_ 


70 04 


Overdrawn, - 


_ 


401 41 


Paid teachers for services, - 


$16,365 75 




" janitors for services, 


883 25 




" for fuel, 


- 1,087 45 






$18,336 45 


$18,336 45 



CONTINGENT RECEIPTS AND EXPENSE ACCOUNT. 

Town grant, $1,800 00 

Received from over-payments, - 2 80 

Paid for Contingent Expenses as per Auditors' 
Report, .... $1,799 64 
Balance in treasury, - - 3 16 

$1,802 80 $1,802 80 

TEXT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES RECEIPT AND EXPENSE ACCOUNT. 

Town grant, $1,200 00 

Overdrawn, - - - - - - - 71 37 



Expended as per Auditors' Report, $1,271.37, - $1,271 37 



177 



Names of Teachers Employed at Present Date, Feb. I, 1891. 



Schools. 


Teachers. 

• 


Elected. 


Salaries. 


High, . 


.... 

C. T. C. Whitcomb, 


Sept . 1888, 


$1800 


• • 


Miss A. M. Merrill. 


Nov.. 1890, 


800 


. > 


44 I. H. Howe, 


Sept., 1887, 


600 


1 1 


•■ II. Folsom, 


Sept., 1890, 


600 


. . 


44 M. Spragne, 


Oct., 1890, 


600 


Advanced Grammar, 


Mrs. M. E. Wentworth, 


March, 1871, 


750 


II 11 


Miss M. Fish, 


Jan., 1891, 


360 


Centre 1st Grammar, 


• L. F. Ingram. 


Sept., 1881. 


550 


2d 


•• M. E. McLaughlin, 


Sept.. 1883, 


550 


3d 


» S. E Wiikins. 


Sept.. 1883, 


450 


. . 


•■ T. Teague, 


March. 1890, 


200 


1st [nterin'ate, 


• M. E Charles. 


Sept.. 1888, 


-100 


2d 


•• E. R Sanborn, 


Sept.. 1885, 


400 


:U\ 


44 L. J. Mansfield, 


Sept., 1875, 


400 


1st Primary. 


• C. P. Riggs, 


Jan., 1889, 


500 


2d 


44 M Emerson, 


Sept., 1890, 


500 


.t H 


•■ II. A. Currier, 


May, 1889, 


360 


Hamilton is; Grammar, 


• A.M. Warren. 


Dec, 1871, 


600 


2d 


'• C. E. Emerson. 


Dec, 1879, 


500 


44 [nterme'ate, 


'• F. E. Carter. 


Nov., 1886, 


450 


44 Primary, 


•• E. E. Howlett, 


Sept., 1881, 


500 


t< ii 


" A. Kernan, 


Oct., 1890, 


200 


Franklin Grammar, 


>• C. S. Russell, 


Sept., 1888, 


400 


[nterme'ate, 


44 M. E. Kelly, 


Sept., 1885, 


400 


44 Primary, 


44 MA. Brown. 


Sept... 1887, 


400 


North Ward, 


44 A. C. Dickerman, 


Sept. 1885, 


400 


East Ward. 


44 N. F. Emerson, 


Oct., 1887, 


400 


West Intermediate, 


44 B. I. Cooper, 


Sept., 1886, 


400 


Primary, 


• CM. Murdock, 


April, 1887, 


400 


ii ii 


" E. R Marshall, 


Sept., 1890, 


200 


Woodville, 


• M. A. Kalaher, 


Sept., 1888, 


400 


Greenwood Interm'ate, 


44 M. P. Whitman, 


Sept,, 1888, 


400 


* 4 Primary, 


44 N. H. Thaver, 


Sept., 1883, 


400 


Music, . 


Geo. F. Wilson, 


Sept., 1876, 


700 





Names of Teachers who have Resigned during the Year. 



Schools. 



High, . 

4 i. 

Advanced Grammar, 
Centre 2d Primary, 
2d 



Teachers. 


Elected. 


Salaries. 


Miss H. J. Williams, 
" G. J. Barker, 
44 A. S. Appleton, 
" C. L. Mason, 

Mrs. F. E. Allen, 


Sept., 1888, 
Sept., 1887, 
Sept., 1889, 
Sept., 1889, 
Sept., 1889, 


800 
600 
360 
500 
200 



17S 



AUDITORS' FINAL STATEMENT. 



From March 6, 1890, to Feb. 5, 1891, the Selectmen have 
drawn 1,071 orders on the Treasurer representing $66,825.51, 
and a larger volume of business than in any previous year. We 
have examined the vouchers for these payments, and our report 
upon them will be found on pages 111 to 149, arranged in the 
departments to which they belong. 

Our final balance sheet (page 149) shows a total expenditure of 
$74,814.87, which includes $7,989.36 disbursed directly by the 
Treasurer for town debt and interest, and Library and Reading 
Room payments. We have verified the receipts of such depart- 
ments as pay money to the Treasurer; we have examined the books 
of the Collector of Taxes and of T. J. Skinner, treasurer of the 
Library and Reading Room, and find them correct (see pages 88, 
S9 and 102). 

We have also examined the accounts of .Mr. Skinner as Town 
Treasurer, and find them correct as exhibited on pages 86 and 87, 
with the proper vouchers for nil receipts and payments, and that 
he has a cash balance of $2,238.20 on deposit in the National Bank 
of South Reading. We also certify that lie has the securities and 
deposits representing the C. Sweet ser Lecture Fund and Burial 
Lot Fund and the Library Funds (see pages 90, 91 and 92). 
An examination of our final balance sheet on page 149 shows 
overdrafts in different appropriations, amounting to 81,760.37. 
It seems proper to call the attention of the town to this matter as 
such overdrafts are prohibited by vote of the town, the only ex- 
ception (Poor Department) having been put on the same footing 
as the other departments in 1*7*. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WALDO F. COWDBEY, 

WILLIS S. MASON, 
EVERETT W. EATON, 

. tvditorit. 
Wakkkikld, February '2 1 . 1*91. 



CONTENTS AND INDEX. 



List of Town ( )fficers, 

List of Jurors, 

Uecord of Town Meetings, 

Town Clerk's Statistics, . 

Report of 

Hoard of Health, 

Forest Fire Wards, . 

Police Department, . 

Appropriation ( Jommittee 

Road ( lommissioners, 

Fire Engineers, 

Assessors, 

Trustees of Library and Heading 

Librarian, 

Town Treasurer, 

Tax Collector, . 

Selectmen, 

Overseers of Poor, . 

Auditors, 

School Committee, . 

Auditors' Final Statement 



PAGES. 

3 and 4 

5 and 6 

6 to 31 

. 32 to 52 

. 53 to 57 

. 58 to 60 

. 61 to 64 

65 to 66 

. 67 to 70 

. 71 to 73 

74 

Room, 75 to 84 

85 
. 86 to 101 
102 
. 103 to 108 
109 and 110 
. Ill to 149 
. 150 to 177 
178 



REPORT 



OF THE 



Committee Chosen at a Town Meeting 



HOI, DM N JANUARY 6, 1S9I , TO TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION 

THE SUBJECT OF A CONTRACT 



WITH THE 



CITIZENS' GASLIGHT COMPANY 



TO FURNISH 



I.LECTRIC LIGHTS FOR THE STREETS OF THE TOWN, 



AND ALSO 



IN REGARD TO THE TOWN'S ESTABLISHING AN ELECTRIC- 
LIGHT PLANT FOR LIGHTING THE STREETS 
AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 



BOSTON : 
Press of Rockwell and Churchill 

1891. 



REPORT. 




In the warrant for the town meeting, holclcn on the 6th 
day of January, AD. 1891, there were two articles, of which 
the follow in- i> a copy : — 

" ARTIC1 i. I\'. 1 see if the town will contract with the 

tizens' Gaslight Company for lighting its streets with electric 
lights ami appropriate money therefor, or what they will do 
about it. 

" ARTICLE VIII. To sec what action the town will take in 
A\\\ to establishing an electric-light plant for lighting its 
str< md public buildings." 

Acting upon the above articles, the undersigned were ap- 
pointed a committee to take the subject-matter of said articles 
into consideration and report at the next Annual Town Meet- 
in By a subsequent vote the committee was instructed to 
report in print before the Annual Meeting. 

Having attended to the duty assigned us as best we could 
ring the limited time at our disposal, we beg to pre- 
sent the result of our investigations to the town. To enable 
the town to act with greater intelligence, we give a brief 
'sume of the electric-light controversy in this town. 

At the Annual Meeting in 1887 a committee of five was 
appointed to investigate the subject of electric lights for 
the town. That committee, at the November meeting of the 
same year, made an exhaustive and instructive report, the 
gist of which was, that electric light would cost nearly double 
the amount of gaslight, and that it was advisable to wait for 
the further development of the various systems of electric 
lighting before taking action. Near the beginning of the 
municipal year of 1888 and '89 three electric-light companies 
made application to the Selectmen for the right to erect 



poles in the streets of the town for the purpose of supplying 
the town and its inhabitants with electric lights. One, the 
Wakefield Electric Light and Power Co., was composed en- 
tirely of citizens of our own town, and the other two of persons 
living beyond its limits. No franchise was granted to either 
of said companies by the Board of Selectmen for that year, 
and the two last named abandoned their applications. 

Early in the summer of 1889 the People's Electric Light 
and Power Company made a similar application to the Board 
of Selectmen of that year, and the Wakefield Electric Light 
and Power Company renewed its application. A public 
hearing was given both these companies. 

Up to October, 1889, the Citizens' Gaslight Company of 
Reading, South Reading, and Stoneham, a corporation which 
for many years had been furnishing these towns with gas, had 
taken no action to avail itself of the provisions of the law of 
1887 authorizing gas companies to furnish electric light. In 
October, 1889, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 
385 of the Laws of 1887, the Gas Company voted to apply to 
the Gas Commissioners of the Commonwealth for authority 
to furnish electric light in the towns of Wakefield, Reading, 
and Stoneham ; and in accordance with that vote, made ap- 
plication to said Commissioners ; upon which application 
notice was ordered and a hearing had at the Town Hall in 
Wakefield. The law vests in the Gas Commissioners of the 
Commonwealth the right to grant gas companies power to 
furnish electric light, and among other sections of Chapter 
385 of the Laws of 1887 are the two following, which are 
particularly applicable, and we quote the same: — 

"SECTION 2. Said board shall at the time of granting said 
authority prescribe the time, not exceeding six months, within 
which said company shall erect and equip such a plant for 
generating electricity for light and power as may be required 
in the specified territory, and designate the minimum ca- 
pacity of such plant; and if said company shall neglect to 
erect and complete said plant within the time prescribed, 



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said authoiity shall thereupon become void, and no such 
authority shall be again granted to said company within two 
years thereafter ; provided, however, that said board may, for 
cause shown, extend the time first prescribed for erecting and 
equipping said plant not more than three months from the 
expiration of the time first prescribed. 

" SECT. 3. At the expiration of the time and extension 
thereof, if any, given under the preceding section, said board 
shall, after such examination as they shall deem proper, 
make, in a book kept by them for that purpose, a record as 
to whether their orders with reference to the erection and 
completion of said plant have been complied with. Said 
record shall be conclusive evidence of the truth of the mat- 
ters stated therein." 

On the 1 6th day of December, 1889, said Commissioners 
passed the following order: — 

" Ordered, That said company is hereby authorized to en- 
gage in said business in the towns of Reading and Wake- 
field, and that said company within six months from this date 
procure a plant erected and equipped for generating elec- 
tricity for light and power with a minimum capacity of sixty 
horse-power, and dynamo capacity sufficient to convert the 
same into light and to operate motors." 

On the 13th day of June, 1890, said Commissioners passed 
the following order: — 

" Ordered, That the time prescribed in the order of the 
13th day of December last, within which the company shall 
procure an electric-light plant, be extended three months 
from the expiration of the time heretofore fixed." 

In accordance with the law and the orders of the Gas Com- 
missioners, it devolved upon the gas company to secure the 
consent of the Selectmen to erect poles and string wires in 
the streets of the town, and to erect and complete said plant, 
on or before the 16th day of September, A.D. 1890; and 
the law provides that in case of neglect to do this its 
authority will become void, and no further authority can be 
granted to it within two years thereafter. 



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After the receipt of this grant of power from the Gas Com- 
missioners of the Commonwealth, the Gas Company made 
application to the Selectmen of the town for authority to set 
poles and string wires in the highways of the town for the 
purpose of distributing electricity for light and power. 
A public hearing was notified upon this petition, and had at 
the Town Hall. This placed the three companies upon equal 
legal footing. Their legal status before the Selectmen was 
exactly the same, and the law imposed upon the Selectmen, 
and on them only, the duty of determining which one, if 
cither, of said companies should be granted the authority 
prayed for. 

Pending a decision by the Selectmen between these three 
companies, a town meeting was called, the warrant for which 
contained the following article : — 

"Article V. Whether they will vote to instruct the 
Selectmen to grant to the Citizens' Gaslight Company of 
Reading, South Reading, and Stoncham, the privilege of erect- 
ing poles and wires in the streets and highways of the town to 
be used in carrying on the business of furnishing electricity 
for light and power, or what they will do in the premises." 

Under said article the following vote was passed almost 
unanimously: — 

" Voted, To instruct the Selectmen not to grant this privi- 
lege to the Citizens' Gaslight Company." 

During the pendency of these various applications each of 
the three companies made propositions to the Selectmen as 
follows : — 

PROPOSITION OF THE PEOPLE'S ELECTRIC 
LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY. 

" W r AKEFIELD, MASS., Oct. I 7, I 889. 

" To the Honorable Board of Selectmen of the Town of Wake- 
field : — 
" At a meeting of the Directors of the People's Electric 
Light and Power Co., held on Monday evening, Oct. 14, 



1889, it was voted to submit the following statement in 
answer to the request of the Board of Selectmen of the town 
of Wakefield, dated Oct. II, 1889. 

" We propose to put in a system of lighting both by the 
arc and incandescent method. All dynamos, engines, station 
apparatus, etc., we will guarantee shall be purchased from 
concerns of unquestioned reliability, and shall be first-class 
in every respect. The construction of the lines necessary 
shall be done by some reliable construction company under 
the supervision of the chairman of the Board of Selectmen, 
if your Honorable Board shall so decide. 

" It is proposed to locate the plant for the present at the 
pumping-station of the Wakefield Water Company, if a con- 
tract satisfactory to our company can be made ; if not, we 
shall hire or erect suitable buildings elsewhere. 

11 We will agree to furnish the town with ten arc lights, 
to be located by the Board of Selectmen at points near the 
centre of the town, for a period of three months free of ex- 
pense on the completion of the plant, lights to be lit accord- 
ing to the moon schedule. 

" We will guarantee that our rates to the town for lighting 
the streets and public buildings, and to the inhabitants of the 
town for commercial lighting, shall be as low as the rates 
anywhere, where the circumstances are similar to those in 
our town. 

" And we will agree to begin the erection of our plant not 
later than thirty days from the official notification of the 
granting of our petition by your Honorable Board, and will 
complete it at the earliest possible moment. 

" People's Electric Light and Power Co., 

"By EDWIN C. MILLER, 

" President!' 



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PROPOSITION OF THE WAKEFIELD ELECTRIC 
LIGHT & POWER COMPANY. 

" To the Honorable the Selectmen of the Town of Wakefield: — 

" The Wakefield Electric Light & Power Company hereby 
propose that, if the privilege of erecting poles and wires in 
said town is granted to it, it will enter into an agreement 
with the town that the system to be employed shall be satis- 
factory to your Board ; that one of your number shall be 
placed on the Board of Directors of the company to supervise 
the entire work of the company ; that all bills for materials 
purchased and work done shall be audited by your Board or 
its representative ; that said representation on said Board of 
Directors shall continue for one year; that at any time within 
one year the town, if it so desires, may purchase the entire 
property of the company by paying to it the actual cost 
thereof and six per cent, interest. 

"Wakefield Electric Light & Power Company, 

"By GEO. H. TOWLE, 

" Its Attorney:' 

The Gas Company did not submit any written proposition, 
but did orally offer to comply with all the conditions which 
any other company proposed, and furnish light for ten per 
cent, less than any other company then in existence would or 
could do. 

The Selectmen considered their duty, at this time, to regard 
that vote of the town as binding upon them, whether it 
accorded with their own views or not. 

Shortly after the town passed the above vote, an order 
from the Superior Court of Middlesex County was served 
upon the Selectmen to show cause why they should not be 
enjoined from granting the People's Electric Light & Power 
Company the franchise prayed for by them. This was a prac- 
tical injunction, and is regarded by the courts of the Com- 
monwealth as having the same effect, practically, as a 



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peremptory order. Of course this prevented the Selectmen 
from granting any franchise to the People's Company. On 
the first day of March, 1890, the Selectmen formally refused 
to grant the franchise prayed for by the Gas Company and 
the Wakefield Electric Light & Power Company. From this 
refusal both said companies appealed to the State Board of 
Gas and Electric Light Commissioners, as provided by law 
they might do. The Wakefield Company did not prosecute 
its appeal. The Gas Company did, and a hearing on that 
appeal was held at the Gas Commissioners' office ; and on the 
3d day of July, 1890, said Commissioners rendered their 
decision and reversed the action of the Selectmen, and granted 
to the company the right to erect poles and maintain wires 
m the streets of Wakefield for the purpose of furnishing 
electric light to the town and its inhabitants. 

On the same day the Gas Company, acting under Section 
4 of Chapter 385 of the Laws of 1887, filed the following 
petition : — 

11 To the Selectmen of the Town of Wakefield: — 

" Respectfully represents the Citizens' Gaslight Company of 
Reading, South Reading, and Stoneham, that it is duly 
authorized and empowered to engage in the business of fur- 
nishing electricity for light and power in the town of Wake- 
field, and to erect poles and string wires in the streets and 
highways of said town. 

" It therefore prays that your Board will designate such 
streets and highways, and such points and places in said streets 
and highways, for the erection of poles and stringing of wires 
as may be necessary for the purpose of conducting said busi- 
ness. 

" Citizens' Gaslight Company of Reading, 
South Reading, and Stoneham. 

" By S. K. HAMILTON, 

"Its Attorney. 
"July 3d, A.D. 1890." 



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As understood by us, this petition, taken in connection 
with the law under which it was drafted, asked the Selectmen 
to designate the particular places in the streets in the town at 
which poles should be erected, the company then having had 
the right to erect them in the streets granted to it by the Gas 
and Electric Light Commissioners. 

This petition was filed on the day of its date, and no action 
has ever been taken upon it. 

About the 7th day of August, 1890, the holders of a 
majority of stock of the Gas Company made a bargain to sell 
their stock, which bargain was subsequently carried out, and 
the management of the Gas Company passed into other 
hands. Under this new management Charles F. Woodward, 
of this town, was made president, and T. H. Buck, of the 
Woburn Electric Light Co., treasurer. 

On the evening of the same 7th day of August, as the 
Selectmen of the town were about closing their public session 
v at a regular meeting of the Board, Mr. Woodward called upon 
the Selectmen, and we are informed and believe that he made 
an oral application for some kind of a franchise to be granted 
to the Gas Company ; and on that evening, without notice 
and without hearing, as the law plainly requires, the Select- 
men passed the following vote : — 

" Voted, That the Citizens' Gaslight Company of Reading, 
South Reading, and Stoneham be and is hereby authorized 
and empowered to engage in the business of furnishing elec- 
tricity for light and power in the town of Wakefield, and to 
erect poles and string wires in the streets and highways of 
said town, the location of said poles to be hereafter designated 
and subject to such restrictions as to quality and style as may 
be imposed by the Selectmen of said town of Wakefield, and 
subject also to such other provisions and conditions as may 
be required by said Board of Selectmen." 

. This action was not made public either by the Gas Com- 
pany or the Selectmen for nearly two weeks. Whether this 
was from design or accident it is not our province to de- 
termine. 



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We have caused the records of the Selectmen to be ex- 
amined, and we fail to find any. vote designating the location 
of poles, or imposing any restrictions whatsoever upon the 
Gas Company. Immediately after the change in the manage- 
ment of the Gas Company, it proceeded to erect an addition 
to the gas-house, and to erect a plant to furnish electric 
lights to the town of Wakefield ; and on the 16th day 
of September, the time when its franchise would expire if it 
neglected to erect and complete the plant designated in the 
order of the Gas Commissioners, it had a building partially 
completed, an engine, and som£ electrical machinery therein, 
and some poles erected in the streets of the town, and did on 
the evening of that day light, as we are informed, six street- 
lights. Since that time the work of erecting poles and 
stringing wires has been pushed in a way and manner as well 
known to other citizens of the town as to the committee, and 
we are informed that the company has twenty-eight arc lights 
on the streets and a number of incandescent lights. 

This we believe is a plain and truthful summary of this 
controversy up to the time of our appointment. 

Since our appointment the Supreme Judicial Court of this 
Commonwealth has decided that towns cannot erect and 
maintain plants for generating electricity to be used in light- 
ing their own streets and public buildings, without further 
legislative authority. Notwithstanding this, we have not felt 
at liberty to disregard the instructions of the town to us, in 
view of the facts that the Legislature is now in session, and 
that the matter of authorizing towns to furnish their own 
lights is being considered by that body, and also that there 
is an article in the warrant for our annual town meeting to 
see if the town will petition the Legislature to authorize it to 
engage in the business of electric lighting by a special act. 

In approaching the consideration of the subject-matter re- 
ferred to us for investigation and report, we have done so 
with an eye single to the welfare of the town, and have 
sought to present unvarnished facts, and our conclusions 



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based upon those facts, and we leave the town to adopt or 
reject them, as it may deem wise. At the outset, upon some 
of the questions involved in the matter referred to us the 
committee held decidedly divergent views, which, perhaps, 
have not all been harmonized ; but our investigation has 
made them a unit upon the essentials, and this report is a 
unanimous one. 

In performing our work we have held numerous meetings, — 
two with the representatives of the Gas Company, — obtained 
the opinions of practical and expert electrical engineers, visited 
the works of the Gas Company and the electric-light works in 
the town of Danvers, owned and operated by that town. 

Immediately upon the organization of the committee, 
January 19, we applied to the Gas Company for its lowest 
proposition, in writing, for supplying the town with electric 
lights, and asking it to submit the same at our meeting 
the 2 1 st of January. The company was unable to comply 
with this request on account of the short notice. The 
committee then invited it to comply with that request at 
" the earliest possible date." On the evening of February 
14th the president of the company, accompanied by one of 
th